Are you interested in returning to the Dunmer province of Morrowind?
Through The Elder Scrolls Online you can explore plenty of different parts of Tamriel featured throughout the Elder Scrolls series, but unfortunately not all of them. The island of Vvardenfell which was the main feature of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, is amongst the notable absentees but that may change real soon.
Files hinting towards the addition of Vvardenfell which had been discovered previously have resurfaced once again this week. Coming via a user on Reddit called FloorBelow, a map of the area has been determined from the game’s files. This reportedly reveals new title sets in the style of Vivec, Telvanni, Hlaalu, and Dwemer ruins, among others.
According to FloorBelow:
“The whole area around Red Mountain appears inaccessible, though the northern ashlands around Urshilaku are, along with Molag Amur.”
“Sheogorad looks to be heavily under construction, but that giant wall of rocks makes me think it may be inaccessible as well.”
According to FloorBelow who also gave us a size comparison which shows how the new area is larger in comparison with Wrothgar and Stonefalls:
“It’s definitely going to be the biggest PvE zone in the game so far, even without Red Mountain being accessible,”
“My best guess is that it’s going to be just under twice the size of Wrothgar.”
As of now there’s no confirmation as to whether or not Vvardenfell will feature in the game. It would make an excellent addition given the popularity of Morrowind. Its distinctive environments and unique architecture would make for a solid addition to the MMO, following a year in which it launched a major, well-received update that removed many restrictions on players.
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