The Elder Scrolls: Legends has launched on iPad today, Bethesda has announced, bringing their Elder Scrolls-inspired collectable card game to a more portable medium.
For a while now, The Elder Scrolls: Legends has been in beta on PC, officially launching earlier this month on March 9. Bethesda has always said that it’ll be coming to mobile, but have kept it under wraps until now. The iPad version of the game is available from the App Store right now for free.
What’s more, those who have played on the PC version will be able to continue their adventures as progress is tied to Bethesda.net accounts. This allows players to jump from PC to mobile and vice versa.
As for other platforms, Bethesda hope to get the game on Android tablets next month, Mac OS in May, and iOS and Android phones later this Summer.
Ahead of the iPad announcement Bethesda revealed the first major Player vs. Environment content update titled The Fall of the Dark Brotherhood. This update is set to launch on April 5 introducing a bunch of new story missions and over 40 new cards.