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The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind

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Rating Summary

Based on 50 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

78

Top Critic Average

63%

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General Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Jun 6, 2017
Xbox OneJun 6, 2017
PCJun 6, 2017

Publisher: Bethesda Softworks

Genres: MMO, RPG

Return to Morrowind in this new chapter of the award-winning online role-playing series, The Elder Scrolls Online. Morrowind is on the verge of destruction, and it's up to you to save it from a deadly Daedric threat. Embark on a dangerous journey through legendary locales, from volcanic ashlands to mushroom-filled forests. Includes The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, the first game of the acclaimed series.

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Amazon

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The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind Reviews

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Morrowind feels like it begs you to come home, and what a welcome it has in store when you get there.

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A great repository of nostalgia-heavy stories, but it doesn't make the most of being an MMO.

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All of the changes Zenimax Online has made to Elder Scrolls Online since its 2014 launch culminate in the Morrowind expansion. Returning to a classic Elder Scrolls region, the expansion stands a great update to old environments. The writing is excellent, though the overall presentation can feel a little dry at times. The new Warden class needs a second look as well, but overall Morrowind is an excellent welcome mat for new and returning players.

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While Elder Scrolls Online has improved through the release of Morrowind, it still isn't enough of a jump to warrant a resounding recommendation (the 4v4v4 PVP mode here still isn't enough to get me into ESO PVP). If you already own it and are coasting by on free-to-play fumes, you should still think about upgrading and exploring the pointed, more focused land of Vvardenfell.

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