Bethesda Puts Elder Scrolls: Legends Card Game Development 'On Hold'

Ruben Fields
December 8, 2019

Legends isn't shutting down, but Bethesda announced today on the game's subreddit that the developer has ceased working on any big updates or future expansions. Our previous roadmap indicated we would be releasing one more set this year.

While this decision, according to PCGamer, doesn't affect the Asia-specific version of the game, it does mean that the rest of the TESL community won't be getting any new expansions, fresh content and future updates. "Bethesda may additionally continue to provide customers with the" ongoing care report.

As a benefit to players, everyone will receive "the Tamriel Collection", a variety of cards with three attributes and more, for free at their next login in The Elder Scrolls: Legends.

(Decision ) While the article did not mention Legends has been placed on hold, it's possible Bethesda is putting all their man-power into trying to keep its additional live service undertaking, fall out: 76, alive, that has required a lot of maintenance and angry a great portion of its player base. "New expansions and other future content, however, are no longer under active development", the post reads.

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Until then, you can still download and play Legends on all existing platforms and compete online as well as in the single-player modes. Old and new events will make their way into the title, but fans shouldn't wait for any new content packs to arrive.

"Legends isn't going anywhere,"Legend's community manager announced during the game's weekly livestream". In addition, Legends was going to launch in 2018 on consoles and never happened.

Howeverit now appears The Elder Scrolls: Legends is perhaps not worth the work it requires to upkeep, based on one of its developers who chose to Reddit recently in order to update players on the match's future.

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