I never mentioned ESB Gold wanted the power of a computer on a phone that as you state would be dumb. I really don't despise games created for apps. Not searching for great graphics in a phone just want it to work the way they advertised. World of tanks didn't work really well. Do not get me wrong I played with the tank game but I'm a larger fan of large screen. It's down to individual experience, preference and opinion.If you believe this is okay you should consider checking out OpenMW. Basically its Morrowind with a new engine. The engine allows for even bigger modding of The Elder Scrolls Blades (up to more than two million simultaneously, and enables even more complicated mods to be made), also works on more devices, such as Android devices. The engine is still under development, but soon it'll be able to read files from newer games such as The Elder Scrolls. I truly recommend keeping an eye on this, since it feels like Bethesda will not deliver quality adventures anymore without a huge catch. ?
I think ESO Blades Boosting seems fairly promising as a mobile game, I believe this could be a cool sport to possess as that one portable game I play with every time I have a few minutes to kill and I typically don't play The Elder Scrolls Blades.What sucks though is I registered on Bethesda net with my old shitty phone so that I probably will not get beta access because Bethesda still believes I have that you (It inquired what type of phone I've had when I registered).My personality is lv 80 and that I never really got the ultracite armor through the brotherhood pursuit or done lots of the other large quests. I just finished the enclave quest so that I could establish nukes and lv up more. After the carry capacity glitches were fixed I slowly lost interest because there was insufficient room to store crap and I never had enough junk to build a home. So I stopped playing about a month ago and I am not sure this fresh content is enough to get me to return.
I have an iPhone, albeit an old one (6s, though, despite being from 2015, nevertheless runs essentially good as new... an unheard-of concept in Android property, having used both platforms). So, no telling how it will handle a new game, but basically Apple requires apps (including games) to encourage all iPhones currently supported from the recent iOS (12, that affirms iPhones all the way back to 2013's 5s), which is why The Elder Scrolls Blades was delayed. Maybe Bethesda was hoping the 5s (and maybe 6) with their 1GB of RAM would be bumped off and also the oldest supported device, that being the 6s, could have 2GB of RAM, which they could work with. IOS 12 supporting two phones with just 1GB of RAM could prove problematic for Bethesda, as, to the best of my understanding or opinion, they must abide by this. Obviously, when you want to followup, you are going to want to do your research about the subject, as my information could be out of date, or else I could be wrong. I am not a YouTuber and no one really cares when I am right or wrong, but you need almost 400K followers, and you also know what happened when they found out you're lying around that Fallout cookbook video. They rather dogged you for a couple of weeks on it and then dropped it. So, still no big deal, but a little more serious than demonstrating some rando such as me wrong.