Roughly a year after a launch, The Elder Scrolls: Legends has been handed to a new studio. Original developer Dire Wolf Digital has been taken off a plan and replaced.
That’s according to IGN, that common a matter from publisher Bethesda Softworks on a transition on Thursday. Pete Hines, a Bethesda spokesman, told IGN a publisher wasn’t unfortunate with Dire Wolf’s performance, though it does see a diversion “with a lot of untapped potential.”
The Elder Scrolls: Legends is now in a hands of Sparkypants Studios, makers of Dropzone. IGN says that initial on a list of changes will be a remade user interface, menu and visuals. Hines pronounced “the altogether diversion pattern and mechanics are solid,” and won’t change. Everything about a diversion will sojourn intact, in terms of players’ course and collections, and equipment accessible by a in-game store.
IGN remarkable that Dire Wolf was during work on a possess card-collecting game, called Eternal, though Hines pronounced that was not a cause in dropping them from development.
The Elder Scrolls: Legends launched in Mar 2017 on Windows PC following a beta duration of about a year. It’s now accessible on Mac, iOS and Android. More will be common about The Elder Scrolls: Legends during Bethesda’s E3 showcase, that is Sunday, Jun 10 during 9:30 p.m.