The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

released on May 01, 2002

First-person WRPG and third mainline entry in the Elder Scrolls franchise in which the player arrives in the island of Vvardenfell, an exotic land plagued by disease-carrying storms and ruled by a godly Tribunal, in the Morrowind province of Tamriel, and takes part in the prophecy foretelling the second coming of Nerevar, who will supposedly save Morrowind from malicious clans both within and outside Vvardenfell.


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Absolutely amazing game but the graphics are really dated which is to be expected i mean the game came out 2 decades ago, but dont let the graphics stop you from playing the game, its just a nitpick

One of the best worlds ever made.
The gameplay is outdated but you can fix that with mods.
Still gets new content and improvements done with mods.
Especially tamriel rebuilt project and openmw project.

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that moment when you remove the power of the heart of the being respolsible for the creation of the universe

Does a lot of things that add to the immersion that they'll be too afraid to ever do again for the sake of convenience. Faction quests that will ruin your standing with another faction, so you can't complete everything in a single playthrough (you'll still have plenty to do though, and it leaves more for future playthroughs). Fast travel costs gold and only exists in ways that make sense in-universe, you'll have to walk to anywhere else you want to go like a cave and NPCs will usually give detailed instructions on how to get there without quest markers. You can kill anyone, even NPCs essential to quests, and you may want to do so because of an item they have or because it's the way you're roleplaying your character. You can fly anywhere, and there isn't any spot you could get to that'll break the immersion like the walled cities in oblivon and skyrim being interior cells. Dungeons with optional paths and secrets, some requiring levitation.

best fantasy rpg ever, most immersive game world ever, this game is like 1/10 the size of Oblivion or Skyrim and it feels like it packs 100x the content.

What a fool you are. I'm a god. How can you kill a god? What a grand and intoxicating innocence. How could you be so naive? There is no escape. No Recall or Intervention can work in this place. Come. Lay down your weapons. It is not too late for my mercy.