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- Save Morrowind: Stop a meteor from crashing into Vivec City by helping a demi-god regain his lost powers.
- Become the Warden: Harness the nature-based magic of an all-new class with a War Bear battle companion at your side.
- Partner with an Assassin: Aid a legendary elite member of the Morag Tong who will guide you through deadly political intrigue.
- Fight Together in PvP Battlegrounds: Take the battle to the Ashlands with new 4v4v4 player vs. player combat set in competitive arena-style environments.
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Return to Morrowind in this new chapter of the award-winning online role-playing series, The Elder Scrolls Online. Morrowind is on the verge of destruction, and it's up to you to save it from a deadly Daedric threat. Embark on a dangerous journey through legendary locales, from volcanic ashlands to mushroom-filled forests. Includes The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, the first game of the acclaimed series.
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That said, the game is great. Same gameplay as the Tamriel Unlimited game but with the beauty and mystery of the Morrowind world (which is still my favorite Elder Scrolls game). Tons of quests, tons of people playing and I haven't experienced any lag or drop outs.
Overall a great expansion to an already great game, once it's installed that is :)
The only reason I am giving four stars instead of five: I bought this as a gift from Santa to our whole family (2 adults, four children), as we all love elder scrolls and gaming in general. As such, we all have our own profiles on the PS4, and I thought we would be able to each play morrowind on our individual profiles, but that is not the case. The game comes with one code for Morrowind, redeemable only on one profile. I may just not have read properly before buying, and if so, that's all on me, but it was quite a disappointment at first. The good thing is that you can have up to 8 characters on one profile, so we will still be able to play the expansion, and every other profile can play the base game no problem.
I say exactly since you do go through Morrowind in a different era and you can see that the intro to the region is the same. LOL Except you aren't a prisoner this time. Nice little addition.
Other than some characters and locales, this is 100% an MMO and an expansion to The Elder Scrolls Online.
I honestly wasn't hooked with TESO in its vanilla release no matter how much I tried, but for some reason, I'm enjoying this expansion and the updates they've done since. Perhaps, it's also the new class, Warden, that drew me in. This class uses nature, animals, healing and some spells to pretty much be a druid class. I'm so into that combination. My new character is an Archer Druid type character, so it's cool.
Another interesting point is your adventure hook. Unlike in the vanilla game where you were someone who was killed and taken to purgatory (pretty much) to slave away for all eternity and then escape back to the world and help a prophet figure out a way to kill a powerful evil god (which is still doable), Morrowind starts a little more subtle and you can choose to attempt that over the top campaign anytime by taking a boat to any part of the world outside of Morrowind.
This new start helps make the story relatable by starting simpler and building up from there.
The game is totally solo-friendly, I play solo for the most part. It feels like Skyrim and it doesn't due to many MMO features that are mostly obvious is random other heroes jumping around and the mechanics of combat. Combat is fundamentally turn based. Cooldowns, casting and hit boxes. Even if you dodge, most of the time, you'll still get hit.
Biggest wish was that this game was more open world multiplayer action RPG than MMO, but it's good for what it is. :)
PRO TIP: Research what you are pre-ordering or buying before they ship so you don't feel cheated that you didn't get a remake of an ancient classic. :P
So, don't gear up until you hit level 160 champion, because that is the level cap for gear.
P.S. This game has an in game store (spend money to buy points for convenience and cosmetics). If you can't accept that, or loot-boxes, I suggest you steer clear.
I don't understand why I still hear bad things about this game from people. I can't help but think they haven't played it since launch.
(Not specific to Morrowind but TSO as a whole.)