ZeniMax’s Matt Firor has thanked players, especially beta testers. “This new Chapter in The Elder Scrolls Online saga brings more than just a new, open world to explore,” he writes in today’s producer’s letter. “We are introducing the Warden (the game’s first brand-new class since launch), a brand new PvP game mode with Battlegrounds, and a new, challenging Trial with the Halls of Fabrication. As I have said many times, ESO is designed to give players the freedom to play the way that they want to play. We began building this experience by removing the barriers to exploration in the One Tamriel update last year, and we’ve further built upon that concept in ESO: Morrowind, which features PvE, PvP, and even solo-focused content.”
There’s also a tease in there for future content and E3. “The world of Tamriel is only going to get bigger,” he says.
We’ve got the new trailer, our pre-launch streams, and a full roundup of all our Morrowind content to date down below. Read quickly, Outlander, or go away!
— Elder Scrolls Online (@TESOnline) June 6, 2017
Less than a quarter of our poll respondents a few weeks ago said they were in the head start, with another fifth saying they would play later and a solid half saying they either weren’t playing or were undecided. How do we stand now?
Are you playing ESO Morrowind? (Official launch version)
- I was in the head start or will begin today (51%, 107 Votes)
- I am not playing Morrowind yet or I am still undecided (28%, 59 Votes)
- I will not be buying or returning to the game at all (15%, 32 Votes)
- No response / view poll (6%, 12 Votes)
Total Voters: 210
Get caught up on all of our Morrowind coverage from announcement to now!