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How do I get into the early access program for The Elder Scrolls: Blades?

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How do I get into the early access program for The Elder Scrolls: Blades?
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The Elder Scrolls: Blades is now in early access for iPhone, iPad, and Android. You're probably wondering how you can get your hands on the game, right? Well there are a few steps you're going to have to take if you want to get into early access, and even then you might not end up being successful. That's why we've created this quick guide to get you through the process.

First up you're going to want to grab the game from the game from the App Store by clicking here, or download it from the Google Play Store by clicking here. Once you've done that, and watched a bit of a video, you'll be shown a screen that looks a bit like this -

The Elder Scrolls: Blades iOS screenshot - The log-in screen

From there, if you don't already have one, you're going to want to sign up for a account. It's a pretty easy process, as you'd imagine - fill in a form, confirm your email address, that sort of thing.

Once you've done that you're going to need to go over to the official The Elder Scrolls: Blades website to apply to join the early access program. There's a link on the site that says 'Register for Early Access'. Click on that, and then sign into the site using the account you've just made.

Since all of your info is now on that account, you'll only get asked one question once you're into the Early Access part of the site - what mobile device you're intending to play the game on. Pick the one you've got from a drop down list and you're good to go - Bethesda will send you an email if and when you're picked to participate in Early Access.

Are you already in Early Access? Maybe you're sat waiting patiently for your email to arrive? Let us know how your The Elder Scrolls: Blades experience is going in the comments section.

Harry Slater
Harry Slater
Harry used to be really good at Snake on the Nokia 5110. Apparently though, digital snake wrangling isn't a proper job, so now he writes words about games instead.