Back when Fallout Shelter (Free) released on mobile, and eventually hit consoles and PC, I didn’t think it would lead to something similar for The Elder Scrolls, but here we are. The Elder Scrolls: Castles is a new simulation game from Bethesda Game Studios that has just hit Android early access as revealed on its Google Play page. This game is yet to be officially announced, but could be the title Todd Howard was talking about back in November (Via IGN and Lex Fridman’s podcast). The Elder Scrolls: Castles has you controlling your castle and dynasty, oversee your subjects, grow, get more rulers, and more. The gameplay screenshot on the Google Play page below does remind me of Fallout Shelter. This game is unrelated to The Elder Scrolls Blades it seems.
As of this writing, an official announcement or iOS version are yet to be revealed. Maybe it will also come to iOS when it is ready for its full launch, or release sooner as a soft launch. Until then, you can try out Bethesda Game Studios’ newest release with The Elder Scrolls: Castles on Android right now. Check it out on Google Play here. The Elder Scrolls: Castles is in development for mobile, but I assume it will also come to PC and consoles eventually. Hopefully we get an official announcement for it in the near future. If you’ve been interested in Bethesda Game Studio’s PC and Xbox game Starfield, read my review in progress here. Did you play Fallout Shelter and will you be trying out The Elder Scrolls: Castles on Android today?