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MMORPGs are different from most games in that they're always evolving, both in terms of the content and the technology behind them. It's been over three years now since The Elder Scrolls Online first graced our hard drives, and the eagerly anticipated Morrowind expansion drops next month, adding in the iconic land of Vvardenfell. New expansions mean all sorts of new goodies, but how has is this going to effect Elder Scrolls Online's performance? Let's find out with the official ESO: Morrowind system requirements.
Bethesda and Zenimax are beginning to crank up the hype for the upcoming The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind expansion. The latest trailer highlights an aspect that was never possible in the original Morrowind - PvP Battlegrounds. Three teams of four players are going to be able to duke it out in small-scale, fast-paced player versus player combat. It’s all a bit more structured that your typical Cyrodiil PvP fare, placing an emphasis on group composition and meta tactics.
Morrowind is being remade! Sort of. Zenimax has announced The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind, a huge new expansion for its MMORPG. For long-time Elder Scrolls fans this is just about all they could wish for from an add-on, introducing the iconic island of Vvardenfell, more than 700 years before the events of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.

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