The Elder Scrolls: Legends is getting the ax, at least as far as major new content is concerned.
Bethesda announced over the weekend that it has “put any new content development or releases” of the free-to-play digital card game “on hold for the foreseeable future.”
While players can still download and play The Elder Scrolls: Legends on existing platforms, new expansions and other content “are no longer under active development.”
However, the game will continue to support both offline and online modes. Bethesda says that it will continue to support the game with monthly reward cards, regular in-game events, and ongoing maintenance.
The decision will not affect the release and development of the Asia-specific version of Legends – which is operated separately from the Western version – but “will inform our decisions on content and feature development going forward.”
As a thank you to existing fans, Bethesda says that they are giving away The Tamriel Collection – an assortment of new, three-attribute cards and more – to all players for free upon their next login.
The news means that Jaws of Oblivion will likely be the last expansion. It was released back in October. It also means that the previously announced console version – which was planned for PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One – is on ice indefinitely.