Bethesda announced today that its long-awaited PC RPG, Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind, has reached the end of its developmental cycle. Gamers who have been champing at the bit since the game was first announced in 2000 will be happy to hear that the title will be available across North America in the first week of May.
"We know the gaming community has been anxiously awaiting the arrival of Morrowind for a long time," said the game's producer, Todd Howard. "We were able to remain true to our goal of providing the deepest, most cutting edge RPG you can buy. We're sure everyone will enjoy the game as much as we enjoyed creating it."
"As has already been mentioned by numerous gaming publications, Morrowind will change the way we view role-playing games forever," said Vlatko Andonov, president of Bethesda. "We couldn't be prouder of the development team for what they've accomplished, for taking on a challenge like Morrowind and implementing it so skillfully."
Development on the Xbox version of the game has not yet wrapped up, though further details for its release will be available shortly. Interested parties can check out our earlier interview with Todd Howard.