Check Out Elder Scroll’s Morrowind Launch Trailer in 4K and Here’s Skyrim VR
Juan Carlos Ropel, June 13, 2017
Some interesting news tidbits for fans of Bethesda’s most successful video game.
“The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind” expansion is now available on PlayStation®4, Xbox One, the 4K Xbox One S and PC/Mac. Additionally, Dragons will return to Tamriel in a more realistic and immersive experience with the release of Skyrim for PlayStation VR in November. The game will presumably also be completely compatible with the upcoming powerhouse 4K UHD Xbox One X console when it hits shelves on November 7th as well.
The Morrowind DLC introduces TESO’s first new class of character, the Warden, a versatile mix of spell-caster warrior who uses the powers of nature to destroy its enemies and is accompanied by various wild animals that fight at his side, including a huge grizzly bear. The game also features a challenging trial with the Halls of Fabrication, and a new player vs. player mode, known as “Battlegrounds”, a fast-paced PvP arena match consisting of three teams of four players.
The story occurs in the strange, magical island of Vvardenfell, the ancient home of the Dark Elves, and so far it is the largest map of all the expansion packs for TESO, with dozens of quests and things to do all around.
Watch the trailer of The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind in exquisite 4K UHD beauty here:
But it doesn’t end there.
The team of ZeniMax Online Studios has no intention of cutting off new content delivery. During Bethesda’s showcase at E3 they announced two new DLC adventures, as well as free major updates, all of which will be available later this year.
Although the biggest surprise from Bethesda at the E3 conference came for the PlaySation VR (PSVR), when they announced the release of Skyrim (their all-time best selling video game), but this time for virtual reality gaming.
Long time Skyrim players will get to enjoy a more realistic and exciting Dragonborn gaming experience when they relive the role-playing game in VR, exploring the vast and fantastic world of mountains, ruins and colossal creatures of Skyrim, with the unparalleled sense of scale, depth and immersion that VR gaming can deliver.
The video game will be compatible with these official add-ons: Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn.
Alongside Skyrim, Bethesda announced Fallout 4 VR –coming this October– and Doom for VR, though many people’s responses to these titles haven’t exactly been ecstatic. While many of us were expecting new titles or sequels to be presented at E3, Bethesda again decided to recycle games from six years ago.
Hopefully, next year they will surprise us with the long awaited release of The Elder Scrolls VI, and finally stop milking Skyrim and let it rest in Sovengard in peace.
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