The Elder Scrolls: Blades Nintendo Switch Version Delayed By Bethesda
The Elder Scrolls: Blades is a free-to-play action game that was developed by Bethesda Game Studios. Blade is currently in early access for both Android and iOS devices, and it will be releasing in 2019. The switch version was supposed to release at the end of 2019, but it has now be delayed by the developers.
Recently, Bethesda released a blog post about the game’s be to update that removed the annoying Chest timers, which ruined the game itself and PvP battles. Moreover, the loot down was buffed as well, which will make the game a little better. In that blog post, the developer revealed that the Nintendo Switch version will now be released in 2020 instead of the end of 2019.
In the blog post, they said, “We know how eager our players are to dive into Blades on the Nintendo Switch, and we’ve been hard at work to make it happen. Unfortunately, amidst all the other changes we’re making to Blades, we’ve had to delay our Switch release until early 2020.”
They further added, “We can’t wait until you can begin your quest in Blades on the Switch, and we’re confident this additional time will let us deliver the polished gameplay our fans deserve. We deeply appreciate your patience! As we’ve mentioned in a previous Town Hall, PvP matches will be cross-platform between mobile versions and the Switch version when it releases.”