The Elder Scrolls is coming to Nintendo Switch ... sort of. The free-to-play digital card game The Elder Scrolls Legends will launch on Nintendo's hybrid console later this year with overhauled visuals, Bethesda announced during its E3 2018 briefing tonight. This new version of the game will also be available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Any progress you've made in the existing PC and mobile editions of Elder Scrolls Legends will carry over to the console versions if you want to migrate.
The new version of Legends was built "entirely from the ground up" with a revamped UI, menu, and arena. "The new client will also refresh the onboarding experience, making it faster and easier than ever for new players to dive into the strategic fun of Legends," Bethesda said in a blog post.
There will also be new, "sleeker" card frames, while the new game client packs the game into a smaller file size. You can read the full blog post to get an idea for everything that's new.