While it may not be the most high-profile game in Bethesda's lineup, The Elder Scrolls: Legends still has a following among card game connoisseurs. And if you count yourself among that group and prefer your games on Xbox One, Bethesda announced during its E3 2018 showcase that the card battler is coming to Xbox One.
Xbox isn't the only new platform; the game is coming to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 as well. And any progress you make will carry over to the new versions via your Bethesda account. Bethesda also announced it is working on new modes, new cards, and is revamping the game's interface.
There's no release date to go off of for now, but Bethesda did show off a tasty little teaser to get fans' attention.
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