The Elder Scrolls: Blades Launches On Nintendo Switch
Bethesda's action-RPG originally announced for iOS and Android not only left early access today, but is also now available on the Nintendo Switch via the system's eShop. At launch on the console, the game features a PvP Arena, guilds, loadouts, additional quests, and more. It also includes cross-progression, meaning those of you who have already been playing the game on iOS or Android devices can pick up right where you left off on the Switch. You'll just need to link your Bethesda account.
To celebrate the game's launch on the new system, Bethesda is offering a Quick Start Edition through the Nintendo eShop. This is a one time purchase costing $15 and includes 30,000 Gold, 2,000 Gems, building materials, an exclusive decoration, and rare gear.
For those who participated in early access, Bethesda also has a special gift -- a new decoration that can be obtained just by logging into the game.
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