Morrowind sees slight delay
Bethesda's upcoming RPG for the Xbox will not be released until May.
GameSpot has learned that Bethesda will be releasing the Xbox version of Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind sometime in May. The Xbox version will be released after the PC version, which is scheduled to go gold the first week of May. No specific reason was given for the delay. Morrowind has a non-linear design that allows players to explore the game's huge environments at their own pace and practically in any order. The game is designed to give players a sense of open-endedness commonly associated with traditional pen-and-paper role-playing games. However, there is a journal feature in the game that will keep track of the tasks that've been laid out before you. Players will be able to pay money and have their character train specific skills or they can simply reuse certain abilities in order to increase their effectiveness.
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