Bethesda has announced that The Elder Scrolls: Blades is now available to players who signed up for early access before March 25. However players get access to waves so you may have to wait a bit longer to play the game the whole game, even if you pre-ordered the game and signed up early. You also need to pre-register on Bethesda's website. This is a separate process from pre-ordering the game.
"The first wave of early access by The Elder Scrolls: Blades went smoothly, so we invited the next wave," Bethesda wrote in a Tweet . "If you have registered after [March 25]do not worry, we send invitations daily." In a follow up text from Tweet Bethesda noted that there is a "Account Authentication Delay", but the company is working to fix the issue "As soon as possible".
Blades is a mobile installment in The Elder Scrolls series that describes Bethesda as "pure Elder Scrolls game" with "console-quality graphics." The main difference between Blades and previous The Elder Scrolls games is that Blades has no open world. Instead, it is a series of interconnected environments, some of which are still "very big" after Bethesda. World in the Blades. "We'll see how people handle it, because it's mobile, we know that people might play … we need you to make something meaningful in 10 or 15 minutes, do you know what I mean? if you could sit down and play it as many hours as you like. "
The Elder Scrolls: Blades was originally planned for Android and iOS devices in the fall of 2018, but was delayed. The game can be downloaded for free. Bethesda said there are plans to bring the game to PC and consoles in the future, but no release window is planned for these releases.