Bethesda have revealed the exact launch time for ESO Morrowind. The expansion is already in an early access phase on PC, but console players will be getting it on June 6th. The developers have decided to release it simultaneously across the globe, which means some players will be getting it in the evening, while others will start early in the morning.
Lost Library is one of the quests in ESO Morrowind. It stars only after you bring all 30 ancestral tomb rubbings to librarian Bradyn in the Library of Vivec. He’ll send you to find the lost library of Andule, east of Red Mountain, and bring him several important tomes from it. Once there, you’ll have to solve several puzzles in order to get the books. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to solve ESO Morrowind Lost Library quest, how to complete the Daedric tile puzzle and which answers to give to ancestor spirit questions.
ESO Morrowind is out – at least the early access version is. This means anyone on PC can start playing now if they preorder a particular version of the game. However, some people who’ve bought it on Steam are having issues. The game doesn’t allow them to access Morrowind content, even though they’ve purchased and downloaded it. There’s a simple solution that may help at least some of them. Those that don’t manage to get it to work will have to contact Steam’s or Bethesda’s support team.
There’s a new trailer for ESO Morrowind. It’s called (quite bluntly) Assassins and The Great Houses, and it explains Morag Tong’s role in Vvardenfell society. It’s also filled with exciting scenes of hired killers stabbing noble folk.
Bethesda have published a new blog post about ESO Morrowind. Specifically, it’s about early access to the expansion on PC and Mac, and how to obtain it. It’s pretty straightforward – you just need to pay money. The early access will start two weeks before the add-on’s launch, and you’ll retain all your progress – items, levels, achievements, etc.
Bethesda have published a new blog post, detailing the Halls of Fabrication trial. We knew very little about the ESO Morrowind trial before, mostly about the setting. Now we finally have something to chew on until the expansion is released.
Bethesda have revealed the system requirements for ESO Morrowind. In a recent blog post, they’ve shown the minimum and recommended specs required for playing the game on both PC and Mac. Now would be a good time to check whether your system fits the bill, especially if you’ve preordered. Returning players have nothing to worry about, but if this is going to be your first trip to TESO-land, you should make sure everything goes by without a problem.
Bethesda have released a new trailer for ESO Morrowind, titled A New Chapter in Vvardenfell. The trailer is a mix of gameplay footage, player reactions and developer commentary. It shows off some of the new locations, activities and more. Basically, it’s nothing new, but it can help tide you over until the expansion is released.
The first patch for ESO Morrowind has gone live on the Public Test Server. Patch v3.0.1 is mostly about fixing bugs is both the old stuff and the new, but it also adds some new features and content. It weighs around 400 MB, and the developers are calling it “incremental”. Read on to see the most important changes.