Elder Scrolls Blades aims to be the most accessible Elder Scrolls title imaginable - one available on every system that can handle it.
This was officially announced as part of Bethesda's E3 presentation today. While the announcement was somewhat overshadowed by Fallout 76 and the announcement of Elder Scrolls 6, it's a nice little bonus.
Although officially announced as a mobile game for iOS and Android, Elder Scrolls Blades will come to every system Bethesda can get it onto, and they'll all be capable of playing with each other. By the sound of things it will have a multiplayer component, and someone plugging away at it on their phone will be able to play with a friend who is playing it on their Oculus Rift, or by any other combination (it'll be interesting to see if all the consoles play ball).
By the look of things, though, it's going to start its life on mobile.
We've brought the beauty of an Elder Scrolls game to mobile.
— Bethesda Game Studios (@BethesdaStudios) June 11, 2018
You can play Elder Scrolls Blades in vertical or horizontal mode, so if you don't like having to flip your phone over you won't need to. That's a nice touch.
You can sign up for early access to the game now, if you want to experience Blades on mobile before anyone else.
Keep an eye on our E3 conference time guide for all the upcoming conference times and stay on top of all the big E3 2018 announcements.