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Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind Announcement Trailer!

written by Jude Kasekamp February 1, 2017
The Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind announcement

Bethesda Softworks has been on a roll with hit after hit. Following the success of Fallout 4 and news that Skyrim will be making its way to the all-new Nintendo Switch, The Elder Scrolls Online is receiving a massive update. Hardcore fans of the Elder Scrolls series of games always list The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind as one of the greatest RPG’s of all time. Now, MMORPG players get to return to the land of the Dunmer! Check out this badass trailer:

This trailer isn’t just announcing the new location in Vvardenfell.

Announcing The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind, the next chapter in the award-winning The Elder Scrolls Online series! Return to the iconic island of Vvardenfell for over 30 hours of adventure in a brand new ESO location, with a new player class, a new PvP mode (Battlegrounds), a new Trial, and so much more.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind will be available on PC, Mac, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on June 6, 2017. Watch our cinematic announcement trailer to get some backstory and see the new player class, the Warden, in action for the first time. You may even recognize an old friend from your earlier ESO adventures.

The Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind announcement

It’s awesome to see a Dark Elf assassin going after a bad guy. It’s even more cool to see the new Warden class in action. New ice-based magic and a pet bear? Sign me up!

One bit of anxiety I have comes from the inclusion of Dwarven Spiders, Spheres, and that massive Centurion. Maybe I’m still dealing with the trauma of spending hours roaming Blackreach in Skyrim.

While ESO had a buggy launch, the game is still enjoyed by many. If you’re a fan of Elder Scrolls lore and love MMORPG’s, it’s the perfect blend of the two. However, as is the case any time Bethesda makes any announcements, gamers are clamoring for the next installment in the main series. The good news is that a separate team develops ESO, so this should not take away from the release of The Elder Scrolls VI – whenever that may be.

So, are you geeks still playing ESO? Furthermore, what’s your online game of choice?


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