Skywind, part of the Elder Scrolls Renewal project, aims to recreate Morrowind in Skyrim’s engine. It has been in development since 2012 and probably won’t be ready for a while. To help cope with that fact, I look at the team’s progress videos as mere instances of 3D Morrowind fan art. So let’s look at some fan art!
Morrowind, the third Elder Scrolls RPG, has a rich and somewhat complicated story. Luckily, now we have a Facebook timeline to simplify it all. Humorously.
Sadly, the "real" Ashlands of Vvardenfell never quite looked so pretty. At least not in-game in Morrowind. Ogilac's "Ashland" shows us what the Red Mountain and its surroundings might look like when the place isn't covered in ash storms—it's quite the visual treat. Shoot down those cliff racers and it's perfect.
It was only a mod, they said. What could possibly be scary about a mod?
An Imgur user has
put together reposted an exhaustive list of recurring characters in
Elder Scrolls games—from Arena all the way up through Skyrim and The Elder Scrolls Online. Is your favorite character on it? Probably. Did they suffer some kind of cruel, shocking fate between games? Yeaaaaah... probably again.
What this cuddly pack guar will do is carry your burdens better than Lydia ever could. Pack guars have been around for way longer than Skyrim housecarls, so they've gotten good at this kind of thing.
Skywind, the ambitious mod which seeks to transplant The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind into the much more technologically advanced Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, is getting a public developer alpha release soon, according to its latest trailer.
Recently, Todd Howard of Bethesda Game Studios sat down for an interview with Germany-based Gamestar about Munich, bratwurst, and a game very special to his heart: The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.
You've probably seen Skywind, the ambitious fan project to re-create all of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind in Skyrim. Here's a new trailer for Skyblivion, which, as you might have guessed, is the ambitious fan project to re-create all of Oblivion in Skyrim.
Master props builder Bill Doran has truly outdone himself this time, grabbing The Elder Scrolls series' Keening Dagger with both hands and wrenching it from the games into the real world.
For all that is good about Skyrim, there are still Elder Scrolls fans who have a special place in their hearts reserved for the relatively wacky 2002 iteration of the series, Morrowind.
This is Gillian Grassie, a Philadelphia-area harpist. That's not the sort of instrument that gets a record deal; harpists typically fund their recordings by playing weddings, dining rooms and the like. To raise money for her next album, Grassie took requests, and found that video game patrons are very willing to…
Give your 2002 copy of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind a fresh, modern day coat of paint with the Morrowind 2011 Graphical Project, a graphical once-over that may make you love the look of Bethesda's massive role-playing game.