The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall re-released for free on GOG with improved visuals and controls
The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall – first released almost 30 years ago – returns with improved visuals, modern controls and more on the GOG Store as Daggerfall Unity – GOG Cut. This is a reimagined version of the classic Elder Scrolls RPG which was originally released in 1996. This is not an official Bethesda release. Instead, it’s the work of a team of modders under the Daggerfall Unity banner, started by Gavin “Interkarma” Clayton nearly a decade ago. Daggerfall Unity – GOG Cut is still under development, so players should expect to experience some technical issues.
Daggerfall Unity – GOG Cut can be downloaded for free from the GOG web store. Players can simply install GOG Cut to immediately enjoy all new features of The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall. It does not require any special actions or separate updates. This Daggerfall Unity package includes settings and mods that have been curated by game content creator GamerZakh for the best possible experience.
These improvements feature high-resolution visuals that have been completely redone on the Unity engine, including new lighting, improved draw distances, unique NPC faces, and more. There are also several quality-of-life improvements, including smooth first-person controls and, most importantly, players can now pet cats in-game. It’s The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall like you’ve never seen it before. ‘ve never seen before.
Originally released in 1996, The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall is an open-world action RPG that was developed by Bethesda, with the series continuing to deliver memorable sequels in 2002’s Morrowind, 2006’s Oblivion, and most notably Skyrim. in 2011. We haven’t had a new entry in The Elder Scrolls series since, with the running joke being that Bethesda will be re-releasing Skyrim on any platform for the rest of eternity. That said, The Elder Scrolls VI – without subtitles – is currently in development.
As for Daggerfall, the game follows the story of a champion chosen by the Emperor to free the spirit of King Lysandus from its earthly bonds. Daggerfall allows players to completely customize the champion and even select their own backstory. They can explore over 15,000 towns, villages, dungeons and more while interacting with thousands of characters. The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall also features multiple story paths with several different endings, allowing players to partake in large-scale quests, engage in guild politics, and even trade goods and services.
Daggerfall Unity – GOG Cut, a revamped version of The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall, is now available for free on GOG.