Last week we reported that Bethesda released an early access version of The Elder Scrolls: Blades on Android, and now the developer has announced that it's providing wider access to anyone who has a account. And since Bethesda accounts are free, The Elder Scrolls: Blades is practically available for everyone.

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The launch of The Elder Scrolls: Blades has been delayed time and time again, but now it is finally available for early access

Earlier today, the official Twitter page of The Elder Scrolls announced that access to Blades has been broadened. The tweet also encouraged fans to give feedback and revealed the rebalancing of silver chests in the future. Right now, those chests require 3 hours to open, and only open can be opened at a time. This pretty much means it’s impossible to progress once you get to around level 18 or so.

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The new update fixes several bugs

The Elder Scrolls: Blades also got a new update on Google Play today, which adds a couple of bug fixes. One of the biggest issues that this update addressed was fixing the in-game items in the store that were previously shown as having no cost in some regions.

The update also fixes another bug that was preventing players whose usernames contain special characters from logging in to the game.

Now that The Elder Scrolls: Blades is available for anyone who has a Bethesda account, you are probably wondering: Is it worth playing? If you do, check out our first impression here. Basically, the chest system is a bit annoying, and the game is a more streamlined experience instead of being open-world like other titles in the franchise due to the more limited nature of the mobile platform, but Blades still retain the soul of a true Elder Scrolls game and is no doubt going to satisfy fans. The game is still in early access, so there are still some problems, but they will surely get patched in the near future.

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Blades is still a true Elder Scrolls game at heart