During Bethesda's E3 press conference, director Matt Firor took the stage to reveal two upcoming expansions.
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.
Described by Bethesda's Todd Howard, The Elder Scrolls: Blades casts players as "the empire's top agents", who return home to find that it has been destroyed. It has a couple of modes: The Abyss is a roguelike endless dungeon; Arena is 1-on-1 combat; and you can build a town as well.
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It will have hand-crafted and procedurally generated dungeons.
That's probably famous last words on our part and Elder Scrolls fans with a more detailed knowledge of the series than us will likely be able to accurately predict the location of the game based on the topography of the landscape or some such witchcraft. "'Town" is the story mode, where you complete quests and customize your town.
Before you get excited, this isn't Elder Scrolls VI (which was teased at the end). Players will be able to swipe and move their device to control their moves which will include melee and magic. The PC and mobile versions of Legends will also be receiving a huge overhaul, which players can expect to see in the new console versions.