‘The Elder Scrolls Online’ Update: Datamining Fan Finds Map of Vvardenwell; Coming For 15th Anniversary Of ‘Morrowind’?
Something is said to come soon in "The Elder Scrolls Online" and it's said to be a very large island from "The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind" title. It's been a while already since fans last heard of Bethesda's "Morrowind" video game so getting an element from it and adding it the massively multiplayer online role-playing video game is the best thing that fans can ever have.
According to reports, the Vvardenfell map may be coming soon in "The Elder Scrolls Online." This was believed to happen after a Reddit member with username FloorBelow revealed that he was able to get hold of a map of the area through a datamining from the game's file. The datamined map also unveiled new titlesets which include the style of Telvanni, Hlaalu, Vivec and Dwemer ruins, among others.
FloorBelow also said claimed that the map he obtained from "The Elder Scrolls Online" leak showed an inaccessible Red Mountain in its whole area. The northern ashlands around Urshilaku and Molag Amur are accessible though. Moreover, he predicted that Sheogorad is heavily under construction and that the giant wall of rocks around it are inaccessible as well.
But FloorBelow noted that despite the restricted areas, the Vvardenfell map is going to be the largest PvE zone in "The Elder Scrolls Online" yet. He also predicted that it's going to be twice the size of Wrothgar. The Reddit user's information may be unofficial for now but many are convinced about it especially since "The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind" is going to celebrate its 15th year anniversary. The 2002 game may never get a remake but at least a piece of it will be making its way to the other title
Fans must take speculations with a pinch of salt though until it is confirmed. As of now, they will just have to stay tuned and watch out for updates or announcements regarding the addition of the map in "The Elder Scrolls Online." For those who are not in the loop yet, Vvardenfell is a single district island and the home of the Dunmer.