The Elder Scrolls: Blades is officially released on the Nintendo Switch Shop. For dedicated fans, there is a quick start editing available for $14.99 that gives players 30,000 gold pieces, scrolls, exclusive armor, weapon, 2,000 gems and equipment. Blades was originally published for mobile devices, but the Nintendo Switch version marks the first console version of the title. Cross-backup and crossed game are both enabled on The Elder Scrolls: Blades, allowing people to easily play on iOS and Android at the comfort of the Nintendo hybrid console. To take online Blades for PVP battles, players will have to subscribe to Nintendo Switch Online for $19.99 a year.
While The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is also available for the Nintendo Switch, The Elder Scrolls: Blades is less than one RPG and more a dungeon robot. Due to the limits of the mobile, Bethesda has created a more simplified title in Blades and although Skyrim operates on the Nintendo hybrid console, this version brings more title Elder Scrolls to the platform. Nintendo Switch players can embark on quests, kill enemies, collect booty and finish dungeons at their own pace with The Elder Scrolls: Blades.
Due to mobile optimization, The Elder Scrolls: Blades includes timers who force players to wait for things such as the customization of a city. These timers have been easily bypassed by buying currencies in the game via mobile stores and given the free version of Shop Blades, it will probably continue on the hybrid console. Although we prefer the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, it’s a nice addition of more Elder Scrolls to the Nintendo Switch Library, while we plan more news on The Elder Scrolls VI.
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