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The Elder Scrolls: Blades update out now (version 1.12), patch notes

Posted on March 13, 2021 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop

The Elder Scrolls: Blades

Bethesda continues to support The Elder Scrolls: Blades, and a new update for the game was offered this week. Version 1.12 includes a new quest (with another one coming soon), improvements, and more.

Below are the full patch notes: 

NEW EVENT QUESTS!

  • Celebrate Jester’s Day (March 27) with a new quest event featuring the mysterious Trickster!
  • Avoid the fiery touch of the wrathful undead in the Crypt of Flames event quest, coming soon.

NEW OFFERS IN THE SIGIL STORE!

  • Wanderer, Treasure, Architect, Blacksmith and Enchanter Pack Bundles – now offered at a wider range of player levels.
  • Ancient Nordic weapons and the legendary, venomous blade Serpent Strike – coming soon.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Clarified the text of the Legendary chests to be clearer about the rewards.
  • Removed the Fire Breath attack from Withered Ancient Dragons.
  • Slightly increased the tier 10 versions of the Ravage Stamina and Ravage Magicka secondary enchantments at maximum tier.
  • Constantia will now remain in town after completing the last Troll Hunt quest.
  • Added a chest to loot in the Servants of the Blue God event quest.
  • Reverted the game icon to the original look.

BUG FIXES

  • Arena: fixed a bug where Magicka and Stamina bars would appear ravaged when attacking an opponent who was low blocking with an enchanted shield
  • Arena: fixed an exploit where players could use combo swings to bypass cooldowns.
  • Quest: fixed a bug where the final objective of the Resolution quest could remain uncompleted
  • Store: fixed a crash that could occur after buying items directly from a pop-up menu.
  • Switch: fixed a crash that could occur when backing out of character creation
  • Town: fixed a crash that could occur when talking to Wanum
  • Fixed various typos and other minor bugs.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades can be downloaded as a free-to-play game on the Switch eShop.

Thanks to Cameron for the tip.

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