Morrowind 2011 looks amazing, so Bethesda threatens legal action.
You may not realize this, but somewhere in the world, people still care about older games. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind was a huge deal when released. It was dubbed the single-player MMO. A vast, living world to explore with events at every corner, and a map that was unbelievable. Actually, it’s still a very impressive game. It’s much more of a hardcore version of Oblivion. Some of the features that Oblvion toned down is what made this game so perfect. In a quest, you could actually destroy the questing chain by killing a key character. Actions where much more important. Another key element that makes Morrowind just that much better than Oblivion (in terms of hardcore) is that when you murdered someone in silence, you didn’t awake the national guard. You know what I’m talking about, Scroll Fans!
In celebration to 2002’s excellence, a terrific compilation pack has updated the game to look just as good as many of your other games. It’s called Morrowind 2011. So, where do you download this wonderful piece of work? Psssssh, you can’t right now. Well, you can, but whatever. You can thank our buddies at Bethesda for this, as they pulled the whole thing. So how do you still get lovely graphics on an old game? Find alternative methods!
You can also try this, but be prepared to spend a night reading.