Even though the game that all Bethesda fans are waiting for is The Elder Scrolls: 6, the game is still far away from launching. Bethesda didn’t have a good year in 2018 with Fallout 76 flopping and causing everyone to be bad mad at Bethesda for basically releasing an unfinished game filled with bugs. Therefore, Bethesda is not going to rush the launch of The Elder Scrolls: 6 and it will keep the game in development until its done. On the bright side of things, Bethesda is releasing The Elder Scrolls: Blades for mobiles in order to give fans something to itch that The Elder Scrolls: 6 scratch.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades 188.8.131.528582 APK
Bethesda has recently released the first APK update for The Elder Scrolls: Blades and it sports the 184.108.40.2068582 version number. The finished version of the mobile game has yet to come out but luckily, the game developer is giving fans of The Elder Scrolls franchise a chance to test out the game ahead of its official launch date.
First of all, the only way to access this early version of The Elder Scrolls: Blades is to receive an invitation from Bethesda. In case you don’t have one of these, you can always email the game developer asking for one.
The system requirements to install the new The Elder Scrolls: Blades APK update is to have at least 92.58MB of free internal storage space. Even though the update has been developed for smartphones that are running on Google’s latest Android 9.0 Pie, it can be installed on a minimum of Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system.
The new APK update introduces a couple of bug fixes that improve the overall software stability of the mobile game. Considering that the game is still in the early stages, no one should be surprised to find out that all the upcoming updates for The Elder Scrolls: Blades will introduce bug fixes.
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