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What to Expect from The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind is the latest expansion pack to The Elder Scrolls Online, which is based Vvardenfell, a setting initially playable in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. As it was announced last January, the Morrowind is a separate title and cannot be purchased with crown points.

Set to be released tomorrow, June 6, players can’t wait to see what Morrowind will bring to the Elder Scrolls online world. But here are few of the things you should expect:

Explore the online version of Vvardenfell.

The campaign will take players back to the island of Vvardenfell, also known as the Black Isle, a place located on the crescent-shaped lands of the province of Morrowind. With the story taking place 700 years before the events of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, players will be able to see and roam around a beautiful and lusher Vvardenfell: the relatively dormant Red the volcanic Ashland area, Balmora riverside burg, and the mighty Vivec City, where the main storyline will start.

The story of the legendary poet-king Vivec.

In Morrowind’s main quest, the player is tasked to find out what caused Vivec’s mysterious illness and discover the ancient Daedric threat looming over the island. Your main quest is to heal Vivec before the meteor comes and destroy the island. You will be helped by the returning character Naryu Virian, the Dunmer assassin of the Morag Tong.

The new class, Warden.

The Warden features a series of highly versatile skill lines which can heal, deal, and do damage. They can summon animal companions that can provide aid and help them attack enemies. Wardens can also use Green balance, which can draw healing and protective boons from nature itself. And lastly, there’s the Winter’s Embrace which lets them manipulate the cold to create defensive barriers and shields.

Morrowind’s Battlegrounds, the new PvP mode.

Morrowind’s Battlegrounds is the newest PVP mode in The Elder Scrolls Online. It is designed to be a short fight between three teams of four players. Unlike team fights in Cyrodiil, teams in Battlegrounds are not bound by Alliance. They can be made up of players from any of the three factions.  In this game, you’re going to fight for the Pit Daemons, Fire Drakes, or Storm Lords.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind is one of the biggest expansion packs to hit The Elder Scrolls Online. It is downloadable for Microsoft Windows gaming PCs, OS X devices, PlayStation 4 and XBox One consoles.

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