On May 1st, 2002, The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind was released on PC. Even fifteen years after its original release, Morrowind fans continue to show their love and support of the game, many claiming it to still be the best game in the series.
In celebration of Morrowind’s 15th anniversary, I’m announcing my upcoming Morrowind Modded Playthrough, which will air on Mondays. This series will essentially be replacing the Enderal playthrough, which will be wrapping up in the next couple weeks. I’ve already installed a few mods, and tested the game for stability and general bug performance, so it’s safe to say that we’re ready to begin!
I was a latecomer to The Elder Scrolls as a series. I had heard about Oblivion when it was out on the Xbox 360, and watched a few videos on YouTube. When Skyrim was announced I was excited to play it, and now here I am years later, my channel being the success that it is because of Skyrim. After playing Skyrim I went back to try out Oblivion, and even bought a copy of Morrowind: Game of the Year Edition on the Xbox Original. I didn’t even plan on buying Morrowind originally, but I found a copy for 5 dollars at my first PAX East back in 2012. I later got it for PC when I bought The Elder Scrolls Anthology.
I’ve only played a few hours of Morrowind, most of that on the Xbox original version, along with a few hours in the “Morroblivion” mod for Oblivion. I know aspects of the game’s story and lore, but not enough to know what to expect from the game. Even fifteen years after its release, I get to go into the game largely blind. It should make for a fun playthrough.
For more information on the playthrough, go to its page here.