The role-playing game “The Elder Scrolls: Blades” will soon be tested as part of a closed beta phase, but only on iOS. The invitations are already on the way.
The mobile role-playing game “The Elder Scrolls: Blades” was supposed to be released last year. In November, Bethesda announced a move, without giving an exact date. However, things seem to move forward.
Closed beta only on iOS
Prior to early access, which is expected to start in the spring, “The Elder Scrolls: Blades” will undergo a closed beta phase. Bethesda announced this on Twitter. While early access can be claimed by players on iOS and Android, the closed beta targets iOS players only.
Visit the official Bethesda website for more information on the beta in a FAQ overview. Below we have summarized the most important details for you:
Q: Is the closed beta version identical to the early access?
A: The closed beta is NOT the same as the early access. Early Access continues to take place.
Q: Is the closed beta version under an NDA?
A: Yes, there will be an NDA. If you choose to participate in the closed beta, you may not post screenshots or videos, stream any part of the game, or discuss the game online.
Q: On which platforms can I play the closed beta?
A: The closed beta will only be available for iOS. We’re excited to launch Early Access for Android players and those not selected for closed beta this spring.
Q: Will the closed beta show the complete game?
A: It will be the full game. Participants can play as much of the game as they want.
On the official Twitter account of “The Elder Scrolls” a few more questions about participation were answered. It states that the invitations will be sent for early access depending on when you register. The first eligible participants should receive an invitation in the coming hours.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades is a first-person role-playing game designed to rebuild a run-down city. To accomplish this, you must acquire resources and tools that you can discover on your explorations and in the dungeons.