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Apocalypse Then- The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall

Developers: Bethesda Softworks

Publishers: Bethesda Softworks

Series: The Elder Scrolls

Engine: XnGine
Platforms: MS-DOS

Release dates: 31 August, 1996

Genres: RPG

On this day in gaming, in 1996, The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall was released.

Daggerfall is the second game in the
Elder Scrolls series, and is often considered by some to be the best in the franchise. The game, interestingly, has the largest game world, although most of it was randomly generated. The game also has six different endings.

The game was released as freeware this year by Bethesda, the game's developers.

There's also a source port for the game, originally meant for MS-DOS, called DaggerXL which will eventually allow people to play the game on modern systems.

You can pick up The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall for free here if you want to play a classic. Otherwise you can also try Arena (also free), Morrowind, or Oblivion


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