The latest upgrade for Bethesda's popular role-playing game adds several new features, including auto-run, enemy health meters, and adjustable difficulty settings.
Bethesda Softworks has released a new patch for The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, its popular role-playing game. The new patch upgrades the game to version 1.1.0605, and it adds several new features including auto-run, a combat health meter for creatures and non-player characters, and a difficulty slider with 200 different difficulty settings. It also includes improved support for multiple plug-ins that lets players use two or more plug-ins that affect the same cell without losing references.
The developer plans to release several new official plug-ins for the game soon, as well as an exporter that will let players export custom 3D models from 3D Studio Max for use in the game.
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind was released in early May. The ambitious role-playing game lets players undertake a wide variety of quests and freely explore a huge medieval fantasy world. For more information, take a look at our full review of the game.
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