The Elder Scrolls: Legends, a free-to-play card game from Bethesda Softworks, briefly entered the Play Store yesterday. But what appeared to be an ‘open beta’ for the title was actually simply a mistake by the developers.
In a message sent to Android Police, Bethesda explained the situation:
The Android version of The Elder Scrolls: Legends that appeared briefly on the Google Play store earlier today represented a still in development build of the tablet version of the game, on an internal test server, and was never intended to appear for download. This test version of the game is unfinished and as such, does not represent the final quality or content of the game.
The Elder Scrolls: Legends is a spin-off from Bethesda’s long-running Elder Scrolls series of RPGs. Taking place in the same universe, Legends features turn-based card battles similar to Magic: The Gathering and Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft (you don’t have to have a colon in your CCG title, but it helps).
Though it’s been removed from the Play Store, it’s already available on PC, so if you have a laptop or desktop machine you can still take part in the free beta at The Elder Scrolls: Legends website.
We’ll have more on The Elder Scrolls: Legends when it officially arrives to Android. Have you played Legends? Is it worth waiting for on Android? Let us know in the comments.