The Elder Scrolls: GOG offers a gorgeous version of Elder Scrolls: Daggerfall that combines Bethesda’s original open-world RPG with modifications and Unity technology, making it available for free.
GOG has released a gorgeous replica of Bethesda’s iconic RPG, Elder Scrolls: Daggerfall, utilizing the Unity engine. Yep. Take a second to re-read that line a second time. We’re not making this up, I assure you. A decade in the making, Daggerfall Unity: GOG Cut brings 1996 classic to life like never before.
A free game now has better lighting, updated graphics for NPCs, increased landscape draw distance, and even the ability to touch various animals. It’s basically the same as Daggerfall if it were published today. For those of you who have attempted to play the original Elder Scrolls and found it nostalgic but a touch outdated, this is the game for you.
When Gavin Clayton started working on Daggerfall in 2009 he developed his own programming interface and planned to produce a thorough conversion mod. In 2012, this project was abandoned, but two years later, it was relaunched as Daggerfall Unity, a 3D version of the game.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim community has been busy creating their own custom content for Daggerfall Unity since its first release in 2014. All of GamerZakh’s hard work has come together in Daggerfall Unity: GOG Cut. The greatest community mods from the previous 8 years have been combined with the original release to provide the best Daggerfall experience.
You don’t have to do anything unusual to play Daggerfall Unity’s GOG Cut, as the game’s official listing makes clear. With the help of GamerZakh’s custom settings and modifications, you may now experience Daggerfall’s vast universe in all its glory. It aspires to deliver the classic open-world RPG experience to a new generation of gamers.”