An Elder Scrolls player, curious as to why the game stopped him at the border between Skyrim and Morrowind, engaged noclip mode and decided to look beyond. And what he saw was stunning...
It won't happen, but I would pay big money if the DLC was unlocking the regions one at a time with detail akin to that of Skyrim.
Well Bethesda did say that DLC wont be released frequently BUT will be huge! So i dont know dude. I smell Bethesda cooking something good! But first they need to release the patch.
if the plan is to give us reigion by region then omg im in love tes 5 could be the final elder scroll for a really long time but it could work into a complete continent
That would be awesome. Is there a tentative date they are aiming for? Not that it matters as I am slowly grinding and chugging along in skyrim.
Morrowind... bring me Morrowind on Skyrim's engine. Oh god how amazing that would be.
As long as we can skip the blight storms. Which really should be gone now anyway since a previous character of mine resolved the whole "Red Mountain" issue.
YES. With no question the best entry in the Elder Scrolls series.
I think the Mt erupted in recent years forcing the the dumner to move.
I really want to se what Cyrodiil looks like now, with the wars that went on and the time period that has passed it would be nice to see what it looks like now.
Yeah I'd love to revisit some of the familiar cities (or perhaps not so familiar anymore).
Possible DLC? Would be nice to revisit Morrowind. Wasnt it rendred inhabitable when the volcano erupted as all the Dunmer had to evacuate and many refugees ended up in Skyrim.
I would love to have all land masses for ES. Then I would love to have 4 players in co-op. Bring out weekly DLC for missions, I would never play a MMO again.
mind = blown
whats the point of all that if you cant already go to it without no clip?
Morrowind and Cyrodiil are a long way from "all of Tamriel", but it's still very intriguing.
Very cool! If they don't end up using it in future DLC though, does anybody know what the purpose of including these inaccessible areas in the game might be?
There just for sights. If you climb up certain mountains they wanted you to see the distant land for immersion's sake. It doesn't really point to possible DLC or anything. It probably only took them five minutes if even to make all that land, it's all heightmap generated.
That makes sense. I figured that might be the case, but I wasn't sure if those parts were actually visible from the main map or not.
Doubtful... the land masses are correct to form by all other accounts.
That is possible. but the fact that the white gold tower in cyrodil kind of disproves that, considering you cant see it from anywhere in skyrim. At least I haven't seen it from within skyrim yet so I could be wrong.
Maybe to make sure they got the scale of Skyrim right.
The visuals explanation is definitely true, but there's a little more to it. Oblivion had similar extra landmass included, and the modding community made use of it. Much easier for Bethesda to add in a scaled landmass than it is for an individual fan or group of fans to mod it all in. Bethesda fans are pretty well known to mod Bethesda games, so it's not a stretch to imagine it as a slight nod to that community.
You know the modders will if the devs don't.
nope those lands are generated on fly. You could walk for ever if you want but those lands would be some random forests and plains Skyrim type even in hammerfell. Same was in Oblivion
Pretty awesome if they could give you a whole region as DLC. XperiaRay
For those who don't know morrowind is now completely destroyed.
I was actually wondering about this too but Skyrim happens almost 200 years after the eruption of Red Mountain. (Skyrim - 4E201, Eruption - 4E22) That would give ample time for Dunmer to rebuild. It would be interesting to see how things have changed it Morrowind.
The argonians did over run them after the eruption. The dunmer probably spreaded out to all of tamrial. Some city's probably survived .
There are still Dunmer in Morrowind... it's just Vvardenfell that's uninhabited. After it blew (and after the Argonians invaded) a lot of Dunmer refugees fled into Cyrodiil and Skyrim (which is why there are so many Dunmer in Skyrim, particularly near Riften). AFAIK, Morrowind is still uninhabited in 4E 201.
"Why is all in The Elder Scrolls 5: Cataclysm is included" Lolwut?
It is engrish. You didn't notice it was a translated article?