The Elder Scrolls is a massive franchise with an assortment of cross-media partnerships over the years. That includes numerous prepackaged games, including The Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms and The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim - The Adventure Game, the last option of which is probably made arrangements for release in 2022. Indeed, even with another table game still advancing toward release, another has now been reported. Presenting The Elder Scrolls: Betrayal of the Second Era, which ties into the continuous events of The Elder Scrolls Online.
The Elder Scrolls: Betrayal of the Second Era is wanted to be an agreeable tabletop fantasy experience game. It's expected for 1 to 4 players, with robust systems for character progression and battle. That includes a wide selection of skills and spells drawn from The Elder Scrolls Online, also character classes inspired by heroes from the game and universe. It is, similar to the other tabletop games based on The Elder Scrolls before it, viably a RPG.
The tabletop game's setting and its story will all draw from The Elder Scrolls Online and The Elder Scrolls overall, as well. According to an underlying description of the game's story, players will be associated with an effort by King of the Worms Mannicarco's endeavor to join Coldharbour, a plane of Oblivion, with Nirn. It's also affirmed that the experience will see players crossing all over Tamriel, rather than being restricted to any single locale.
The group behind The Elder Scrolls: Betrayal of the Second Age is very much experienced. Chip Theory Games is known for games including Cloudspire, Burncycle, and Too Many Bones, among others. The Elder Scrolls: Betrayal of the Second Age will be Chip Theory Games' largest task yet, notwithstanding, yet that is perhaps anticipated from a crossover with The Elder Scrolls.
Chip Theory Games has also affirmed that it's working with Bethesda's Elder Scrolls Online group straightforwardly on the game. The degree of this isn't totally clear. It could just be to ensure the authenticity of the world in The Elder Scrolls: Betrayal of the Second Era. Yet, it will be interesting to see assuming it leads to more specific ties to The Elder Scrolls Online and or some other Elder Scrolls games.
The one region left unexplained by the declaration of The Elder Scrolls: Betrayal of the Second Age is Chip Theory Games' plans for subsidizing and release. Table games, especially licensed prepackaged games, almost always do a crowdfunding drive of some sort, so news of that is probable coming soon. Up to that point, those interested can follow Chip Theory Games on social media for more information as it's made accessible.