Preparations for a new Elder Scrolls tabletop game's crowdfunding campaign, set to start in 2019, have been detailed. New Information Regarding the Elder Scrolls Video Game Revealed. With the Too Many Bones game engine, Chip Theory Games has announced fresh information about its upcoming 1-4 player cooperative game, Elder Scrolls: Betrayal of the Second Era. In addition to Black Marsh, Cyrodil, High Rock, Morrowind, and Skyrim, elements from Valenwood will be included in the game's expansion packs. \n \nHammerfall and Summerset were both mentioned as possible additions to future expansions by Chip Theory Games. The necromancers of the Order of the Black Worm, who appeared in the first several Elder Scrolls games, will be at the focus of the plot for Elder Scrolls: Betrayal of the Second Era. \n \nThe Elder Scrolls: Betrayal of the Second Era gameplay will be divided into three sections: a region map for adventuring, hexagonal battle tiles for fighting, and a player mat for customizing your character. During each session, players will select a new region to explore and a new quest to do; the third task will be determined by the player's decisions during the first two adventures. \n \nEvery story arc will be broken up into three sessions, giving players lots of freedom to explore (and experiment with alternative character builds) without feeling bogged down in a long campaign, even if the game itself will feature 30 unique main plot objectives. \n \nIn March 2023, the Game found for Elder Scrolls: Betrayal of the Second Era will be made available to players. As of the time of this publication, no pricing points have been disclosed for the game; however, the basic game of Too Many Bones, which is Chip Theory's other main game property, can be purchased for $150.