Despite future development being put on hold, the company assures the game as it now stands will remain playable. The game's previous roadmap promised one more new card set before the end of the year, but that has been scrapped. Bethesda also plans to support the game with monthly reward cards and regular in-game events. We chose to put any new content development or releases on hold for the foreseeable future. "New expansions and other future content, however, are no longer under active development", the post reads.
Bethesda have indefinitely halted development on The Elder Scrolls: Legends, the free-to-play card game set in their RPG world of swords and shouts. Players will still be able to play online and collect monthly rewards.More news: Front Page: Passan: Twins to Sign Catcher Alex Avila
Van Hoose says that the game is still available for download and play on all existing platforms, and players can still compete online. Old and new events will make their way into the title, but fans shouldn't wait for any new content packs to arrive.
Interestingly, this change will not affect the launch of GAEA's Asia-specific version of The Elder Scrolls: Legends, nor its development, but it looks like Bethesda will be pulling the plug on the Western version for good.More news: Death at 82 of actor Ron Leibman
We did not see a release date for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim for Sony PlayStation VR, but since it's an old game we can safely expect it to make it sometime soon.
The card game was announced at E3 2015, a year after Hearthstone's release, and went into open beta in 2016. Back in 2018 an interview VG247 had with Bethesda's Pete Hines stated that they were on a "holding pattern" but that the game was still "healthy".More news: Trump stops short of designating Mexico cartels as 'terror' groups
Howeverit now appears The Elder Scrolls: Legends is perhaps not worth the work it requires to upkeep, based on one of its developers who chose to Reddit recently in order to update players on the match's future.