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Bethesda teases The Elder Scrolls VI

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Cecil Davis | 11 June, 2018, 09:45

The game, called Starfield, is described as a "space epic" and while Bethesda did show off an actual trailer for the game, we still don't know exactly what it will be about.

According to the E3 conference, The Elder Scrolls Blades is a first-person RPG reminiscent of The Elder Scrolls: Arena.

You're one of the Blades, pushed into exile. The cards are based on creatures, characters and lore found in The Elder Scrolls series. In "Abyss", you must fight your way through enemies in both "hand-crafted" and procedurally-generated maps to collect treasure. Part of those measures will likely be a file integrity check, which means that if you modify the game files, you either won't be able to play or worse, you'll be banned.

This final mode will be where players will find a hub of stories and quests which follow their story as a member of the Blades, the top agents of the Empire.

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In the Arena, you can do battle 1v1 with other players.

There will, however, also be combat which will work entirely on the mobile touch screen.

A list hasn't been confirmed, but Bethesda did confirm they want it on as many mobile phones as possible.

The game will launch in mid- to late-2018 and fans can can pre-order it already on the Apple app store and Google Play Store. It's also the publisher's first new franchise in 25 years.