It’s no surprise that with the massive success of Hearthstone, a lot of developers will want to cash in on such an easy yet brilliant idea.
Bethesda is clearly no exception, as they’ve formally announced The Elder Scrolls: Legends at E3 2015, a Free-To-Play card game coming out on the iPad and PC at some point in the future.
Warrior will also be taking a couple of big hits. Execute, the class’ top removal option, will have its cost raised from 1 to 2. Charge, the linchpin of all of Warrior’s combo decks, is being seriously reworked. It will no longer give a minion +2 attack and the minion it is used on will not be able to attack the enemy hero for that turn, but it will also have its cost reduced from 3 to 1 to compensate.
Here is the teaser with absolutely nothing of value beyond announcing the game‘s existence.
Well, I’m not fond of teasers at all, I think we should just cut to the chase if you want anybody to care. That said, I must admit that I’m secretly hoping it will be even close to as good as Hearthstone, as The Elder Scrolls universe has tons of room for such projects.
We’ll see what’s up when it drops but until then, I need more to get me properly salivating.