The Elder Scrolls: Blades has left it's early access period earlier this week and on May 14, the game made its way to the Nintendo Switch. Bethesda shared that news in a blog post on its website.

Blades will support all the different modes on the Nintendo Switch - Handheld, TV and Tabletop - and will contain new and flexible ways to play the game. For those who were playing the game on their mobile phones so far, cross-progression has been added; the only requirement for this is that you link your account. This way, players can make progress on the Nintendo Switch, leave the game and pick up their phone and continue playing. The free-to-play title will also have an optional Quick Start Edition for sale for $14.99, containing legendary gear, 30,000 gold, 2,000 gems, some building materials and an exclusive Sylvan Fountain decoration.

Belgian players are seemingly left in the dark, however; with announcements saying 'worldwide' everywhere, the game still does not appear on the Belgian store. Whether this is due to lootbox regulations, remains to be seen. We are currently unaware if there are any other places where the game is not available.

Check out the trailer below - but don't ask us about the music, we are very confused about that strange choice as well.