I've been in an ES mood lately, and since the past two months have definitely turned up news worth discussing, I figured I might as well pass them on.
Obligatory new Skyrim DLC post.
It's called Dragonborn. It adds the ability to ride a f***ing dragon. If you need more reason to go for it than that, it's based in Solsthemheim, which people who played Bloodmoon might remember. Story is that an ancient Dragonborn (first Dragonborn?) became so powerful in his lifetime by "devouring" dragons that, now that the dragons have returned, he's trying to brake back into Mundus. Or something like that. Either way, it looks pretty awesome. And you can ride a dragon. You also get some of the Morrowind art in the Skyrim engine, which is also cool.
If you, like me, bought a PS3, tough luck. There's a good chance we'll never get any of the DLC. Bethesda says they're not going to stop trying, though.
Morrowind Overhaul 3.0 was released in September. There's also a project to port both Morrowind and Oblivion into Skyrim's engine, but don't expect that for a long while.
I will most definitely be playing some Morrowind this month...
Elder Scrolls Online has a good feature on Zam about two weeks ago. It definitely made me more interested in the game, though I don't know if I'm sold. It makes me worry WAY less about combat turning into a typical MMO system. But I'm still worried that we won't get the feeling of a massive world we can wander around picking flowers and running from bears.
Game is pre-alpha, release is apparently in 2013, and no news on whether they're going the sub or F2P route.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to reinstall Morrowind.