Based on the world and lore of the award-winning action role-playing game, ‘The Elder Scrolls’, now comes an immersive strategy card game made available for you!

‘The Elder Scrolls: Legends’ is now in Asia!

Last Friday, game developer Gaea Mobile Ltd., in partnership with Bethesda Softworks, announced its first project for 2020. They’ll be bringing ‘The Elder Scrolls: Legends’ in Asia!

Gaea and Bethesda revealed that this new game will have various game modes, quests, and much more! If you’re worried about the gameplay, you don’t have to — whether you’re a beginner or a veteran the game offers an easy yet fun walkthrough for everyone.

Here’s a detailed explanation of what you can expect:

Dual Lanes

What makes this strategy card game immersive, unlike the usual CCG is that it introduces a new concept of having two-lane mechanics namely, The Field Lane and The Shadow Lane, which can help enhance the user’s playstyle as creatures summoned in the Shadow Lane will have Cover that protects them from enemy attacks. As for Field Lane, it is where creatures are immediately vulnerable to attacks.

Runes and Prophecy

Players will be given 30 health at the beginning of each match. And for every 5-health lost, a rune will be destroyed and the player will draw a card. If a Prophecy card is drawn, you can use it at the right moment to gain the upper hand at no cost.

Immersive Story

‘The Elder Scrolls: Legends’ will also follow a storyline in reference to the original game series which is a sure way to be very immersive as with deep layers of gameplay and strategy for those who already love the series.


Lastly, Gaea and Bethesda introduced color-associated cards: Strength (Red), Intelligence (Blue), Willpower (Yellow), Agility (Green), and Endurance (Purple), and Neutral. With each having distinct properties, players can then use them to build different sets of decks depending on their creativity.

So what are you waiting for? Head right on over to the official site or you can pre-register on Google Play or the App Store!


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