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For the third game in the series, see The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.
For the province, see Morrowind (Online).

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind is an expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online. It was released for PC/Mac via early access on May 22nd, 2017, for players who pre-ordered the digital upgrade versions or the Physical Collector's Edition of ESO: Morrowind;[1][3] Players on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and those who did not pre-order the expansion were able to access the game on June 6th, 2017 when it officially launched.[2][4] The expansion takes place on the island of Vvardenfell.

Before May 21st, 2018, the expansion could only be purchased with money, not Crowns, and was not available to ESO Plus members. On April 6th, 2018 it was announced that it would be purchasable for crowns and included in ESO Plus after the launch of The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset. However, this version does not include the Warden class.[5]

New features and contentEdit

  • The region of Vvardenfell, the largest zone to date
  • New class: Warden
  • 4v4v4 battlegrounds, with multiple modes (Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, Domination, more added with subsequent DLC)
  • A new trial: the Halls of Fabrication, one of Sotha Sil's workshops
  • Morag Tong Style

New locationsEdit

Main article: Vvardenfell (Online)


Other locationsEdit


Main article: Quests (ESO Morrowind)

Main questsEdit

Major charactersEdit

Main article: Characters (ESO Morrowind)


On December 6, 2012, when asked how big Morrowind would be compared to The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, ZeniMax replied that the game would take place on the mainland areas of Deshaan, Stonefalls, and Bal Foyen, close to the size of Vvardenfell. Zenimax teased "That's not to say adventurers in The Elder Scrolls Online won't ever be able to visit Vvardenfell."[6] During the beta, the map of Tamriel displayed Vvardenfell as a future zone.[7] During the September 10, 2014 Writer's AmA, Lawrence Schick said that Vivec and Sotha Sil are "very busy and have their hands full", and will be eventually revealed what it is they are busy with, as Zenimax has big plans. This alluded to what Vivec is occupied with during the main questline of the chapter, as well as his city on Vvardenfell.[8]

After Public Test Server patch 2.4.0 added the Dark Brotherhood DLC,[9] 14 locations found on Vvardenfell in Morrowind were added to the data files, located in many areas around the island's coast.[10][11] After patch 2.5.0 containing the The Elder Scrolls Online: Shadows of the Hist DLC was released, 60 new locations from Vvardenfell were found to be added to the data files, confirming each zone besides Red Mountain, Sheogorad, and the Ashlands.[12] In the PTS 2.7.0 Homestead patch,[13] a large overhead map of Vvardenfell was found,[14][15][16] which showed most of the pre-existing locations already added to the files, as well as a few new ones. Only Sheogorad and part of the northern Ashlands were not completed zones.[14]

Beginning on January 29th, 2017, official ESO social media accounts began teasing the announcement of Morrowind, changing their profiles to volcanic rock that was gradually opening to let out more lava, as well as the phrase "Discover the Next Chapter" with a Twitch stream time and date.[17][18] On January 31st, 2017 at 2:00 PM EST, the stream began, showing a CGI trailer for the new chapter, which concluded with the official announcement of Morrowind, set to be released on June 6th, 2017. The trailer was followed by an interview with Rich Lambert and Pete Hines, discussing what was coming with the chapter.[2][19]



System requirementsEdit

The following are the system requirements:[20]



  • Windows 7 32-bit; Intel® Core i3 540 or AMD A6-3620
  • 3GB System RAM
  • 85GB free HDD space
  • DirectX 11 compliant video card with 1 GB of RAM (NVIDIA GeForce 460/AMD Radeon 6850) or higher
  • DirectX compatible sound card
  • Internet broadband connection


  • Windows 7 64-bit
  • Intel® Core i5 2300 or AMD FX4350
  • 8GB System RAM
  • 85GB free HDD space
  • DirectX 11 compliant video card with 2 GB of RAM (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 or AMD Radeon HD 7850) or higher



  • OS X 10.9; Intel® Core i3 540 or higher
  • 4 GB System RAM
  • 85 GB free HDD space
  • AMD Radeon™ 5870 (1GB of VRAM) with OpenGL 4.1
  • Internet broadband connection


  • OS X 10.11
  • Intel® Core i5 2500S or higher
  • 8 GB System RAM
  • 85 GB free HDD space
  • AMD Radeon™ HD 7870 or higher with OpenGL 4.1


The Morrowind Upgrade and Standard Edition are available for PS4, Xbox One, Windows, and Mac. The latter also includes The Elder Scrolls Online.

Discovery PackEdit

This edition was available via pre-order, but the content is also included in other editions. This pack includes the following:

Digital Collector's UpgradeEdit

This edition includes:

Digital Collector's EditionEdit

This edition includes:

Collector's EditionEdit

ESO Morrowind Collectors Edition

Collector's Edition

This edition includes:


Concept artEdit

Digital Collection Edition rendersEdit


  • The chapter is the first ever add-on to use the same title of a previous game in the series.


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