E3 News: Bethesda Gets Into The CCG Market With The Elder Scrolls Legends
There's not much to go on other than the above trailer and confirmation that it will be free to play, but Bethesda will be jumping into the Hearthstone-infested waters later this year with its own online collectible card game, The Elder Scrolls Legends.
The game will be made available for PC and iOS devices. We'll update you when we learn more. For now, what do you think? Innovative idea you can't wait to get your hands on? Or quick attempt to cash in on current trends?
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( future: )
The Elder Scrolls dragon-raiser (dragon city),
The Elder Scrolls a Telltale game series,
The Elder Scrolls First person Bow-Arrow Shooter.. -.-
BUT man do I hate these no gameplay trailers.