We got to play this version of Bethesda's RPG at QuakeCon, to see how the mobile game makes the jump to Nintendo's console.
The mobile game is coming to a new platform this year.
The game has just launched in early access, and has allegedly generated plenty of revenue and interest from players.
Sign-ups are still open, though.
Pete Hines explained the several facets of the mobile RPG.
We got to explore the RPG at this year's QuakeCon.
We get more of an insight into the mobile game.
You can pre-order the free-to-play RPG right now.