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Bethesda ends development on The Elder Scrolls: Legends

Bethesda released The Elder Scrolls: Legends in 2017 on several platforms (including Android), as a response to the growing popularity of card games like Heartstone. Even though the game enjoyed moderate success at first, not even the Elder Scrolls brand could save it, and now Bethesda is throwing in the towel.

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Bethesda announces 'The Elder Scrolls: Blades' for Android and iOS, pre-registration now available

E3 technically hasn't started yet, but several companies have already shown off their upcoming games. Bethesda's showcase just ended, where the company revealed new games and DLC, including Fallout 76 and Rage 2. Bethesda also announced a brand new Elder Scrolls Game for mobile, and you can already pre-register it on the Play Store.

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[Update: After a long beta, the official version is finally out today] The Elder Scrolls: Legends card battle game comes to Android in pre-release form

Finally, Bethesda's storied Elder Scrolls series is available on Android! Sort of. If you were hoping to romp through Skyrim or one of the older open world RPGs that PC and console players love, well, keep hoping. The Elder Scrolls: Legends is a card battle game, like Magic: The Gathering, Hearthstone, or any of the hundreds of similar titles in the Play Store. At the moment it's in pre-release (beta), but it's listed as compatible with both phones and tablets running Android 4.0 and higher.

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Be Constantly Reminded Of What You Would Rather Be Doing With The Tegra-Exclusive Skyrim Live Wallpaper By Nvidia

Hey you! Take a break from dragon slaying for a moment and install this live wallpaper.

Nvidia has created this Skyrim live wallpaper, in case you somehow forget during the day you would rather be at home parked in front of your computer.


This picture isn't entirely accurate, when you get it on a real device, there's snowfall and rolling fog. Other than that, there isn't much to it. The foreground and background are on different layers, so they scroll at different speeds when you switch screens. It's simple, but nice looking, and it doesn't make the phone chug like some other live wallpapers.

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