We’ve still got a few months to wait before the next Elder Scrolls game, Skyrim is released, but if you’re getting impatient, a young man named Warwon has come to your rescue. He’s just released the very awesome Morrowind 2011 Graphical Project, a compendium of mods for the game that drag the RPG kicking and screaming into the present.
If you’re sick of the 2002-ness of the original, check this out:
Warwon has gone to an amazing amount of effort in preparing this nifty little parcel – not only has he collated all of the mods (and kept their author credits intact), but he’s also written out a very, very comprehensive set of instructions in case you want to install this one yourself. There’s advice here for gamers who’ve downloaded the game from Steam, details on how to test the game, the correct Plugin order when installing the compendium, setting up the Graphics Extender and how to apply MIT settings. Basically, he’s done all the hard work so you don’t have to.
Want to get your hands on this thing of beauty? Glad you asked. We’ve got a copy of the file tucked away in our File Library, so you can download the 1.08GB Morrowind 2011 Mod Compendium directly from us. See, now we’re doing the hard work for you! (You will need a copy of 7zip to unzip the files, by the way.)
Make sure you let us know what you think, and we’ll pass your feedback directly over to Warwon, who really has done a remarkable job on this project. A great start to 2011 indeed!