Bethesda recent Card game Elder Scrolls: Legends is about to shut down. The game was pretty average comparing its rivals like Hearthstone and Magic: the Gathering Arena. Despite not showing a lot of potential, Elder Scrolls: Legend still received a 4/5 rating from Google.
Coming back to topic, the game won’t receive further updates and no development will be done. “We decided to put any new content development or releases on hold for the foreseeable future,” said Christian Van Hoose, TESL’s community manager, on the game’s subreddit.
Furthermore, PCGamer states that this change will not affect the Asia specific version of the game. However, the rest of Elder Scrolls community will not get any expansions, content, updates and bug fixes. Previously, Bethesda said that a new full card expansion is set to release the end of the year, which according to rumours has also cancelled.
Coming to the conclusion, everyone saw it coming since the game performance was terrible. It was built for the purpose to give its rivals tough competition, however, the game was not even a competitor. Reviews and negative feedback, along with the overdue release of its console ports, and bad plan seem to be the cause of end for Elder Scrolls: Legends.