After months of waiting, smartphone users can finally play Bethesda's card game suggestively name The Elder Scrolls: Legends. Originally released on iPads in March, and then on Android tablets in early June, the game is now available for free to everyone who owns a compatible Android or iOS smartphone.
The Elder Scrolls: Legends comes with the Heroes of Skyrim expansion included for free, but two other expansions that provide single-player story mode can be bought via in-app purchase.
Before getting serious about Bethesda's card game, you should know the developer is still balancing most of the cards, so expect many adjustments in the coming weeks. Moreover, developer Dire Wolf Digital promised to add a new card every month, as well as provide players with constant updates to keep the meta-game fresh and competitive.
Don't forget that if you've pre-registered for The Elder Scrolls: Legends on Google Play Store before the game was released, then you are eligible for a free legendary card.
For those who've never heard about the game, The Elder Scrolls: Legends is a free-to-play card game in the same vein as Blizzard's Hearthstone. As long as you have a smartphone powered by Android 4.4 / iOS 10.0 or newer, you can download and play it for free. Just make sure that you have a permanent Internet connection while you play the game.