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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

    The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Free Linux Game full download the easy way in native format. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind was release on May 1, 2002.

    Genre : RPG, 3D, 1st Person, 3rd Person
    Developer : Bethesda Game Studios
    Publisher : Bethesda Softworks, 1C
    Engine site :
    Used libraries : Native
    Multiplayer : LAN, Internet ( TES3MP )
    Architecture : x86, amd64
    Version : 0.45
    License : free engine + proprietary data
    Interface language : Russian, English
    Voice language : Russian, English

    About The Game

    The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

    The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind is an epic game where you can play any character you want. You can be a noble hero or a secretive thief seeking to lead a gang, you can become an evil magician who practices destruction spells, or a healer who cures diseases. Your actions define your character, the game changes depending on your actions and actions, get in the way of organizing assassinations and you will be “ordered”, impress them – and they will try to hire you. No two stories are alike in Morrowind.

    OpenMW is a free, modern engine that implements and extends the Gamebryo 2002 engine for the open-world RPG The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. OpenMW also comes bundled with the OpenMW-CS editor, with which users can edit or create mods or even their own games.

    More info:

    • – Tribunal and Bloodmoon add-ons are presented
    • – If you have Qt5 on your system, create an empty file named useqt5 in the openmw directory
    • – The distribution was first created so that you can easily download the game files. The OpenMW version here is outdated, so it is better to download the newer version from the official OpenMW site , or install from your distribution repository if it contains a new version.


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    How to Download & Install The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Linux Game

    1. Click the Download link below and you should already have installed a download client on your system.
    2. Notification will pop and say “that our site wants to open this application”. Click the button to open the client to let the download begin and wait for it to finish.
    3. Once Game The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind for linux is done downloading, Extract (Unzip) “*******.tar.gz” -if you encounter this file- (To do this you must know how extract .tar.gz Files using Linux Command Line here).
    4. Right click the ./, select “Properties”, go to the “Permissions” tab, mark the file as executable. Then just treat it more or less like one of those Setup.exe’s on Windows. Double-click it to run it.
    5. Have fun and play!
    6. If you like the game please support the developers by buying it…

    The order of installation and launch :
    1. Unpack the archive with the game (Morrowind_RUS.tar.gz or Morrowind_ENG.tar.gz)
    2. Unpack the archive openmw-0.45.0-Linux.tar.gz (or openmw-0.45.0-Linux-64Bit .tar.gz for 64-bit systems)
    3. Run the openmw-launcher script and select the Morrowind.esm file (located in the game directory, in the Data Files directory)
    4. Now the game can be launched from the launcher by pressing the “Play” button

    If OpenMW is in the repositories of your distribution, then it is advisable to use it instead of the archive from the distribution.

    Linux System Requirements


    • Operating system: Linux
    • Graphics card: OpenGL 2.1 compatible
    • Hard disk: 1.2 GB
    • Optional: libpng12, qt libraries (qt4 or qt5)

    The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Linux Free Download

    File Size: 1.61 GB

    The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind v0.45 (OpenMW)[x86,amd64][RUS/ENG][Native]

    2 thoughts on “The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind”

    1. Looking for this for a long time glad to find it on a site that is full of linux games. Will download more games here for sure thank you very much who ever made this site available.

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