Already in June, Bethesda announced that The Elder Scrolls: Legends will be released later this year for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The card game, which is currently available on PCs and mobile devices, offers cross-platform gaming and cross-platform development. Although Sony has not accepted cross-play, the company may need to change its attitude in this particular case or possibly lose the PS4 version.
Bethesdas Pete Hines has told Game Informer that the studio is talking about being its platform partner, but its terms are "essentially non-negotiable." He further said:
It is our intention for the game to come out, it has to be those things on every system. We can not have a game that works anywhere else except in this one thing. The way the game now works on Apple, Google, Steam and Bethesda.net does not matter where you buy your stuff, if you play it on another platform, that stuff is there. It does not matter what platform you're playing on, you're playing against everyone else playing at that moment. There is no "Oh, it's easier to control, or it has a better frame rate on this system." It is a strategy card game. It does not matter.
What this means for the PS4 version of The Elder Scrolls: Legends is currently an assumption, but it looks like Bethesda will not budge.
It remains to see how Sony will react.
[Source: Game Informer]