Back in E3 2019, the announcement of "The Elder Scrolls: Blades" console version coming late 2019 was announced. However, it seems that the Switch version of the game will get delayed - and will not coming later this year as expected. Earlier today, Bethesda has announced that they will delay the Switch version of The Elder Scroll: Blades to further explore the game's playabilities with Joy-Con, as well as to readjust the game based on the feedback of the mobile version's gamers.

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The game is entirely in the first perspective

As announced recently, the mobile version of The Elder Scrolls: Blades will receive a big update that will change some aspects of the game. Notably, the chest timer - which is considered by many as the most annoying feature in the game - will be removed. That means you can now open the chest right after obtaining it. Along with that, the drop rate of in-game items also got increased, so that you will be able to get more items from enemies than before. Also, you will be able to break more stuff on-screen, too - if you considered that a new feature for the game.

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The game sadly got delayed on console

PVP contents are also coming to both the Mobile and the upcoming console release, too. This feature will available to all players that reached Level 5 and above - and will allow you to fight against other players one-on-one. These battles will get you more items, as well as a place in the weekly leaderboards - which will grant a reward on its own, too. Along with PVP is the Guilds feature, which will allow you to go to your friends' town, and buying from their merchant, too. According to Bethesda, all the new features will available cross-platform, so that those who play the console version can still join their friends in the mobile version.

'The Elder Scrolls: Blades' is now available on Android and iOS.