The classic The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall has been ported to the Unity Engine, available for download

Daggerfall fans, here is something special for you today. Gavin “Interkarma” Clayton has been working on Daggerfall Unity, and has released the first stable version of it. As its title suggests, this is the classic The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall being ported to the Unity Engine.

Since Bethesda has not released a remaster of it, this may be the best way to experience this classic Elder Scrolls game. Daggerfall Unity offers new high-resolution textures, mouse-look and better visuals thanks to Unity Engine. In its latest version, the main story quest is now completely playable from start to end.

Players can either start a new character and play normally or use the “setmqstage n” console command to force the game to a specific point along the main quest process. The main story features 7 total quest stages, thus there are “setmqstage 1” to “setmqstage 7”. Each stage is a chain of around two to six quests that represent a particular story arc in the game.

Gavin suggests starting a new game so that players can experience the full main quest.

Those interested can download Daggerfall Unity from here.

Have fun everyone!

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