You can get Morrowind free right now as part of a celebration for the 25th anniversary of all things The Elder Scrolls. This offer is only available today, so if you've never experienced the adventure, check out the IGN Morrowind review, and then go grab it just because you can.
For players already committed to ESO, the Elsweyr Prologue-in which "you can discover the true goal of the Wrathstone" and "unleash Dragons upon the unsuspecting Khajiit of Elsweyr"-goes live later today".
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind is inarguably one of the forefathers of the modern FPSRPG.
You can actually redeem the game without having to download the Bethesda.net launcher, instead tying it to your Beth.net account for later use. Once you've done that, you can redeem the code "TES25TH-MORROWIND" to claim the game and download it on the Bethesda Launcher, which you can also download via the website.
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Whilst it's full of bugs, janky as hell, and, at times, frustrating as all fuck, Morrowind is still considered one of the best Elder Scrolls games ever made, and there's a good reason for that.
In addition to giving away Morrowind for free, Bethesda has also discounted Skyrim: Special Edition on its own store, and is running promotions for both The Elder Scrolls Legends and The Elder Scrolls Online. The series as we know it today arguably started with TES III: Morrowind, a fantastic game that came our way back in 2002 but still holds up pretty well to this day.
The Elder Scrolls Online is getting even bigger this summer with Elsweyr, the game's third major expansion. We'll be bringing it to you whenever it happens - potentially at Bethesda's E3 showcase later this year? Like a fabulous shooter once said, get psyched!