Last year, Bethesda launched The Elder Scrolls: Castles in early access on Android in select regions. That was before an official announcement had happened. Fast forward to this week, Bethesda has officially announced The Elder Scrolls: Castles as the newest game from the team behind Fallout Shelter (Free). That game debuted on mobile, and eventually hit consoles and PC platforms. The Elder Scrolls: Castles is a new simulation game that has you controlling your castle and dynasty, overseeing your subjects, growing, adding rulers, and more. With this week’s soft launch in the Philippines, the team will keep adding more countries in the coming months. Check out a screenshot from the Android version below:
If you’d like to play it at launch or when it rolls out to your country, you can pre-order The Elder Scrolls: Castles on the App Store for iOS here and pre-register for it on Google Play for Android here. The App Store listing mentions a December 2024 placeholder date. I’m curious to see if it does launch by the end of the year in the US and worldwide. Check out the official The Elder Scrolls: Castles website here. Did you play Fallout Shelter and will you be trying out The Elder Scrolls: Castles when it launches in your region?