In June, Bethesda announced that The Elder Scrolls: Legends will be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch later this year. The card game, currently available on PC and mobile devices, offers platform games and platforming. Although Sony has not been susceptible to cross-play, the company may have to change its attitude in this case or potentially risk losing the PS4 version completely.
Bethesda's Pete Hines has told Game Informer that the studio is in talks with its platform partners, but the terms are "essentially non-negotiable." He said on:
It is our intention that the game should come out, it must be the stuff on any system. We can not have a game that works a way above anything else on the one hand. How the game works right now on Apple, Google, Steam and Bethesda.net, it does not matter where you buy stuff, if you play it on another platform that things are there. It does not matter which platform you play, you play against anyone else playing at the moment. There is no & # 39; Oh, it's easier to check, or there's a better frame on this system. & # 39; It is a strategic card game. It does not matter.
What this means for the PS4 version of The older Scrolls: Legends are some guesses right now, but it seems that Bethesda is not going to budge.