It has a couple of modes: The Abyss is a roguelike endless dungeon; Arena is 1-on-1 combat; and you can build a town as well.
Those who wish to register for early access before The Elder Scrolls: Blades becomes available to play later this year can head on over to Bethesda's official site right here and one can provide the company with details related to their account.
In the meantime, you can pre-order the game.
According to the E3 conference, The Elder Scrolls Blades is a first-person RPG reminiscent of The Elder Scrolls: Arena. You can create players and use melee weapons and ranged weapons and magic, too. You'll be able to explore open outdoor worlds as well as a mix of hand-crafted and procedurally generated dungeons. And you'll be able to visit your friends' towns. The entire game is also fully playable in portrait mode, for your office slacking needs. Town mode has you rebuilding and decorating a decimated town to receive more quests. It also has cross play between the different systems the game is planned to be on including mobile devices, consoles, PC, and even VR.
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