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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Mod Tamriel Rebuilt adds two new expansions & 200 quests

The team behind Tamriel Rebuilt, a DLC-sized mod for The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, has released a brand new version of it. According to the team, this release adds two major expansions to the game world.

Tamriel Rebuilt is a mod for TES III: Morrowind that adds the mainland of the province to the game. The two new major expansions are Dominions of Dust and Embers of Empire.

Dominions of Dust is mostly a sparsely inhabited and dangerous borderland to Vvardenfell’s southwest, in contention between Great Houses Hlaalu and Redoran. The exception is the city of Andothren, a huge Hlaalu trade port on the Inner Sea. Embers of Empire completely overhauls the western shore of the Telvanni peninsula with its Imperial settlements of Firewatch and Helnim.

Combined, the two expansions include new land areas three times the size of TES III: Bloodmoon. Additionally, they offer about 200 new or overhauled quests, finally bringing the total quest count of Tamriel Rebuilt to parity with the vanilla game and expansions.

You can download the mod from here.

Lastly, and speaking of Morrowind, here is the game running in OpenMW with 300 mods. Moreover, you can try The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Rebirth 6.0. You can also check out TES3MP 0.8.1 which adds support for multiplayer and VR.

Have fun!

Tamriel Rebuilt 22.11 - Dominions of Dust - Release Trailer

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