The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Summary
GOG.com hasBethesda Softworks to add a bunch of the publisher's classic titles to its retail library. In addition to three venerable RPGs, you'll also be able to pick up the original Fallout and Doom games.
Another month goes by, and another impressive slice of gameplay footage is released by theteam, currently hard at work on their Morrowind-to-Skyrim conversion.
Videos like this are a bit of a nostalgia rush for me - look, there's the Red Mountain, there's Azura's Coast, oh god there's one of those hideous parastic worms. I'd almost forgotten just how alien and strange the world of Morrowind is. I'd almost wish we'd head back there in the nextgame, but on second thought it's probably time for something new. Anyway, if Bethesda did decide to revisit, that would kind of undermine the astonishing amount of work put into this mod, wouldn't it?
Anyone who's playedremembers the village of Seyda Neen, right? There's that annoying wood elf. And of of those massive crab-flea things you can ride about on. The swampy hellhole that greets you as you enter the game's distinctly unusual fantasy universe has been lovingly recreated by the team behind ambitious mod Skywind.
Skywind, you might remember, converts the entirety of Morrowind into Skyrim's much fancier engine. It's been in the works a long time, but slowly and surely's inching towards completion.
Here, have a new trailer for the increasingly lovely-looking Skywind, the fan-made mod that transportsinto Skyrim.
Work on the mod continues to chug along nicely, though the mod team over at The Elder Scrolls Renewal Project are still looking for contributors to provide everything from music to voice acting, textures and quest writing.
Work on fan-made Morrowind-into-Skyrim mod Skywind continues apace, and the team behind the ambitious project have just released a new trailer showing off one of the regions players will be able to hunt mudcrabs in.
The region in question is the island chain of Sheogorad, which looks a bit... brown. That's okay though! It fits in perfectly with's grimy, ash-strewn aesthetic.