Bethesda Game Studios has quietly introduced The Elder Scrolls: Castles, a new simulation game, into the realm of Android early access, as discreetly unveiled on its Google Play page. It’s worth noting that an official announcement for this game is yet to be made.
In The Elder Scrolls: Castles, you assume the role of overseeing not only your castle but also your dynasty. You must manage your subjects, foster growth, acquire more rulers, and partake in numerous strategic decisions. The gameplay screenshot featured on the Google Play page bears a striking resemblance to Fallout Shelter.
While “The Elder Scrolls: Castles” is currently designated as early access, it’s fully playable, offering an experience reminiscent of “Fallout Shelter.” You’ll find yourself expanding your castle, outfitting it with resource-generating utilities, and assigning citizens to these utilities to ensure a steady supply of essential resources like power and food. However, with just 10 minutes of gameplay, here’s how the Google Play store page presents the game:
“Tell your story for generations – each day in real life spans an entire year in ‘The Elder Scrolls: Castles.’ Train your subjects, designate heirs, and uphold order to nurture the prosperity of your kingdom. Will you keep your subjects content, ensuring a lengthy rule for the monarch. Craft your castle according to your vision, from its very foundations. Add and expand rooms, adorn it with opulent decorations and inspirational monuments, and effectively assign subjects to workstations, ensuring your castle possesses the resources necessary for flourishing throughout the years!”
While “The Elder Scrolls: Castles” has yet to make its appearance on the iPhone App Store, it’s plausible that it will be accessible there shortly, considering its unanticipated release on Android. For now, it’s available on Android for free.