Bethesda Puts Elder Scrolls: Legends Card Game Development ‘On Hold’
Bethesda has announced that it is putting the development of its online card game, The Elder Scrolls: Legends, on hold for the foreseeable future. Bethesda didn’t offer a specific reason for the hiatus but explained that any new expansions or future content are no longer under “active development.”The announcement was made in the Elder Scrolls: Legends subreddit today. An earlier content roadmap said there would be one more new card set releasing this year, but today’s update means this is no longer the case.IGN’s Top 25 Modern PC GamesBethesda says that players can still download and play Legends on all existing platforms and compete online. The developers will still support Legends with monthly reward cards, in-game events, and general maintenance.All players will also receive The Tamriel Collection “an assortment of new, three-attribute cards and more,” the next time they log in as a thank you for their support.An Asia-specific version of Elder Scrolls: Legends is still in development since it is operated and developed separately. Bethesda says this version of the game will inform “decisions on content and feature development going forward.”Elder Scroll: Legends is a collectible card game that was first released in 2017. The card sets are based on characters and creatures from The Elder Scrolls series. Players can collect cards and battle others in 1v1 matches. You can read IGN’s Elder Scrolls: Legends review here.Elder Scrolls: Legends isn’t the only card game putting future updates on hold. CD Projekt announced that it is halting development on its Witcher card game, Gwent, but only for consoles. Mobile and PC versions of Gwent will continue to be in development.
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