The Elder Scrolls Blades Nintendo Switch Release Delayed Until 2020
With The Elder Scrolls 6 being most likely several years away, fans of the series are doing everything they can to keep themselves occupied until then. Aside from the many rereleases of Skyrim, fans have been flocking to other Elder Scrolls experiences like The Elder Scrolls Online and The Elder Scrolls Blades. While sadly, The Elder Scrolls Online is probably never coming to the Nintendo Switch, fans have been anticipating The Elder Scrolls Blades Nintendo Switch release. While mobile players have been enjoying the game for a while now, unfortunately, it seems that the Nintendo Switch port release will be delayed for a little longer than anticipated.
Bethesda recently release a lengthy blog post updating fans on The Elder Scrolls Blades on their official website. The Elder Scrolls Blades Nintendo Switch port was originally scheduled to be released this year, but the blog post states that the game’s release has been pushed back until “early 2020.” Bethesda cites “the other changes” being made to Blades as the cause, but ensures fans that gameplay will be polished when it releases.
The post also reaffirms that Blades will enable cross-platform PvP matches between mobile and Nintendo Switch users when the port is released. While this may be a disappointment to some Elder Scrolls fans with Nintendo Switches, hopefully fans will understand that this will only make the game a more complete version that meets the quality of the mobile version. Hopefully though, this extra time allows them to put more sweet rolls and cheese wheels in the game.
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