Bethesda's much-anticipated iOS title "The Elder Scrolls: Blades" that was shown off at the 2018 WWDC has been pushed into 2019, the developer has announced.
First revealed during its packed E3 keynote in June, Blades takes you into the role of one of the "empire's top agents," known as the Blades. Your character in this first-person role-playing game returns home to find that it has been destroyed, leading you on an adventure through dungeons and dangerous terrain.
It was originally slated to be released this fall, even going up for preorder on the App Store. The original App Store listing pointed to the beginning of December for release but has since been updated to reflect March 31, 2019 as the new target.
Bethesda made the announcement Thursday via its Twitter account.
This isn't the first mobile game for Bethesda. Last year they launched Fallout Shelter, which quickly rose to the upper echelons of Apple's App Store charts.