Developer Bethesda Softworks has been hard at work on its free-to-play Elder Scrolls themed strategy card game The Elder Scrolls: Legends, and now it looks like that work has paid off. Today, the company announced that the game has officially launched on PC. They have also revealed a new content update, The Fall of the Dark Brotherhood.
The update introduces an all new PvE story in which players take on the role of a double agent infiltrating the ranks of the Dark Brotherhood. This new adventure takes place before the events of Skyrim and is broken into three maps, adding 25 missions and 40 new cards to the game.
The Fall of the Dark Brotherhood will cost you. You'll either need to drop $19.99 on it or pick it up using in-game gold. (The amount of gold required is currently unspecified.)
In addition to these two announcements, Bethesda has also dropped a short list of other things players can expect in the near future.
- Global iPad Launch March 23
- Global Android Tablet Launch April
- Twitch Integration and Spectator Mode
- New Gauntlet Mode
- Mac OS Launch
- Major Expansion This Summer
- Mobile Phones This Summer
Those looking to get into the game now, can do so by downloading it via the game's site.
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