The Elder Scrolls: Legends finally launches on PC

The Elder Scrolls: Legends, the card game based on The Elder Scrolls universe, has officially launched on PC. 

The game has been in beta for some time, but has now officially launched on PC meaning anyone can jump in and play. The game is available for free and can be downloaded from the Bethesda.net launcher. 

Bethesda also announced that The Elder Scrolls: Legends will launch on iPad on March 23rd, with an Android release planned for April. 

To celebrate the launch the first details of a new PvE content pack were revealed. The Fall of The Dark Brotherhood is a PvE story that includes 25 missions and 40 new cards. It will launch on April 5th and costs £19.99, or it can be purchased with in game gold. 

While The Elder Scrolls: Legends is yet to form a major competitive scene an official launch should see interest in the title increase and could kickstart the competitive community. 

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