The first wave of The Elder Scrolls: Blades early access went smoothly, so we invited the next wave. Keep an eye on your email for the invite-and update your email preferences to make sure that we can reach you! The new announcement comes from Bethesda, the creators of the Elder Scrolls franchise, as they are now celebrating the 25-year anniversary of the first game in the series.
Blades is a classic dungeon crawler reimagined.
When the mobile spin-off game was officially announced those who were interested could pre-register. You can still sign up to, hopefully, get your chance to check it out during the next round of invitations.
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Bethesda notes that invites are being sent on a rolling basis. The Elder Scrolls: Blades was announced at the E3 2018 press conference and was initially expected to land in 2018, but that launch never happened.
While the series has since progressed to produce other acclaimed, best-selling games, like The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and Elder Scrolls VI is in the works, Morrowind remains an important chapter in the series and beloved by fans. One is the Town, which is the hub world and sees players interact with NPCs, receive new quests, and more. The available gameplay suggests that Blades will not be a typical Elder Scrolls experience and will instead focus on dungeon crawling and settlement building. A third mode, the Arena, will offer PvP elements, but it won't be added until sometime after launch.
If you haven't been given early access, you can still download the game, though it stops after a short demo.