Back in E3 2015, Bethesda announced The Elder Scrolls: Legends which is basically the company’s take on a digital card game which we can only imagine is to capitalize on the success Blizzard has seen with Hearthstone. The game was pretty much stuck in beta throughout 2016, but not anymore.

In an announcement on its website, Bethesda has announced the The Elder Scrolls: Legends has officially exited its beta and is now available for players on the PC. According to the developer, “We’re officially launching The Elder Scrolls: Legends! We’re pleased to announce that the PC version of Legends is now out of beta. Start the game today, play with friends, grow your collection, and begin your adventures across Tamriel.”

The company also notes that for those who have already been playing and participating in the beta, your progress will be kept. “If you’ve already been playing Legends, nothing changes. As we said previously, you keep all your cards and the rewards you’ve earned.” Apart from the PC, there are plans to eventually bring it onto mobile devices.

Bethesda has planned this for the iPad on the 23rd of March, Android tablets in April, and there are also plans to bring it onto smartphones which is scheduled for early summer. As for gamers on the Mac, not to worry as Bethesda will be launching a macOS compatible version this coming May.

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