Warcraft fans have got their Hearthstone, witchers and witches are looking forward to the standalone Gwent, and The Elder Scrolls enthusiast can now play the full version of The Elder Scrolls: Legends. With the release of Update 1.62.1 - see the patch notes - the card game has ended its beta period and officially launched on PC. If you are a beta tester, don’t worry, all progress and purchases you’ve done so far will carry over to the full game. As for the mobile versions (iOS, Android), they are currently marked as “coming soon”.
In The Elder Scrolls: Legends players can challenge other living opponents for card duels for free, but the game is also going to feature paid single player content. The first expansion, called The Fall of the Dark Brotherhood, is coming out on April 5, and is now available for pre-orders. The add-on is going to offer a standalone campaign and 40 new cards.
If haven’t played The Elder Scrolls: Legends and you’re intending to give it a shot, you may want to read through official guides on battle tactics and deck building first.