Elder Scrolls just got a Fallout Shelter-style mobile game on Google Play

Bethesda has surprised fans by releasing a new Elder Scrolls game on Google Play. While fans eagerly await the next fully fledged Elder Scrolls game, they can now enjoy The Elder Scrolls: Castles, a castle management game reminiscent of Fallout Shelter.

In The Elder Scrolls: Castles, players will expand their castle room by room while also making decisions regarding their kingdom, similar to Reigns. Additionally, there is a questing element where players can create heroes, equip them with gear, and send them into battle against classic Elder Scrolls foes to collect resources.

The game’s official description reads, “Oversee your subjects as the years come and go, families grow, and new rulers take the throne. Train your subjects, name heirs, and maintain order to help your kingdom flourish. Will you keep your subjects happy and ensure a long life for their ruler? Or will they grow discontent and plot assassination?”

The Elder Scrolls: Castles is currently in early access on Google Play. While there is limited information available about the game, fans can enjoy the dynasty building experience for free.

Questing and a more hands-on approach to dealing with subjects are featured.

It’s unclear if The Elder Scrolls: Castles is one of the free-to-play mobile games mentioned in the recent Microsoft leak, which revealed multiple projects in development at Bethesda. Nevertheless, fans can immerse themselves in the world of The Elder Scrolls through this new mobile game.