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Last E3 Bethesda announced that The Elder Scrolls: Blades would be heading to the Nintendo Switch, only for it to then face a delay late last year into early 2020. Now, at long last, the mobile game has hit Nintendo’s platform.

The free-to-play game made its debut on mobile in early access last year, and it got its full release on Android and iOS just a couple of days ago. Unlike the standard Elder Scrolls experience, Blades doesn’t feature a wide open map, instead you take on quests through linear locales and upgrade a central hub. Player-Versus-Player combat is also supported via an Arena.

You can jump into the game now by downloading it for free via the Nintendo Switch eShop.

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Written by Tom Brown

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