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Developer Dire Wolf Digital,
Sparkypants Studios
Release Date
4 August 2016 (open beta)
9 March 2017 (launch)
Release Date
1 June 2017
Release Date
23 March 2017 (iPad)
26 July 2017 (mobile)
Release Date
1 June 2017 (tablets)
26 July 2017 (mobile)
PS4/Nintendo Switch/XB1
Release Date

The Elder Scrolls: Legends is a digital card strategy spin-off of the Elder Scrolls franchise developed by Dire Wolf Digital for PC, Mac, iOS, and Android. The game is free-to-play.

A fall 2015 release was initially announced, although that date was subsequently removed from the official website. On December 17, 2015, Pete Hines confirmed that it would not be out by the end of the year.[1] Beta sign-ups opened on April 21, 2016 alongside the launch of the product website on The NDA was lifted on July 27, 2016, and it entered open beta on PC on August 4, 2016. The game was officially launched on March 9, 2017. It launched on Steam for PC and Mac on June 1, 2017.

The iPad version entered open beta on October 6, 2016, but was only available in Canada. It was released on March 23, 2017 in all regions. The Android tablet version entered open beta on April 6, 2017, but was only available in Canada and Poland; initially announced for an April release, it launched on June 1, 2017. It was released on mobile for both Android and iOS on July 26, 2017.

On May 31, 2018, it was announced that the development of the game would be passed from Dire Wolf Digital to Sparkypants Studios, who would be rebuilding the game client from scratch. The new client was released on 26 September, 2018.

Gameplay Information

  • Cards — Information on the various cards
  • Attributes — Deck-building options which define your class
    • Classes — The classes that each deck is constructed of
  • Card Effects — Information on the different types of card effects
  • Daily Quests — A list of the potential quests offered each day
  • Getting Started — A guide explaining basic gameplay mechanics
  • Lanes — Information on lane types
  • Leveling — Information about the leveling system and its rewards
  • Races — The avatar options available, and how they affect gameplay
  • Soul Gems — The system of deconstructing and crafting cards

Game Modes

  • Story — A campaign mode that involves facing off against the AI
  • Puzzles — Puzzle sets that involve a single round of strategic play using set cards
  • Play
    • Practice — A single match using constructed decks against the AI
    • Practice Decklists — List of all the AI opponents and their decklists encountered in Practice mode
    • Casual — A single casual match using constructed decks against other players
    • Ranked — A single competitive match using constructed decks against other players
  • Arena
    • Solo Arena — A mode involving consecutive matches and randomized deck building against the AI
    • Solo Arena Decklists — List of all the AI opponents and their decklists encountered in the Solo Arena
    • Versus Arena — A mode involving consecutive matches and randomized deck building against other players
    • Chaos Arena — A monthly versus arena with altered conditions
  • Gauntlet — Tournament-like events using one constructed deck for the entire event against other players

Technical Information

Previews and Reviews

Miscellaneous Information

  • Art — Miscellaneous art from the game
  • Card Backs — Cosmetic card backs
  • Credits — Details on exactly who did what to create the game
  • Easter Eggs — Funny, out of place, or reference-related non-bug findings
  • Loading Screens — Information that appears while the game loads
  • Login Rewards — Information about the daily login rewards
  • Matchmaking Messages — Information that appears while waiting for a match
  • Purchases — Information on in-game purchases
  • Terminology — A glossary of commonly-used phrases in the game and community
  • Titles — A list of titles that can be earned
  • Trading Cards — Steam Trading Cards you can obtain by playing the Steam version
  • Training — Discontinued mechanic where certain cards could be upgraded by leveling
  • Twitch Drops — Information about the reward system for streaming and watching Legends on Twitch

See Also


  1. ^ Pete Hines, Twitter, Dec. 17, 2015