As well as the Morrowind early access, there are a number of Morrowind editions available that will give you access to extra goodies on release.
ESO: Morrowind Trailer
Set 700 years before The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, the new adventure continues on the beautiful island of Vvardenfell, exploring nostalgic places such as Seyda Neen, Balmora, Ald’ruhn, Vivec and Sadrith Mora.
Bethesda alse debuted the new playable character The Warden, an adaptable, support character, who uses the wilds of Tamriel to heal and deal damage. The warden is a chaotic force in battle, able to use nature as a form of protection.
Battlegrounds PvP Mode
A new fast-paced, small scale PvP mode called Battlegrounds where players can use new spells and the new settings to fight in showdowns.
Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind Editions
The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind Standard Edition
This version mainly includes the original Elder Scrolls Online, with the expansion included:
The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited – Base game
The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind – Expansion upgrade
You also get pre-order bonuses
Pre-Order Bonus: Exclusive Warden Costume – Costume for all classes from the expansion trailer
Pre-Order Bonus: Dwarven War Dog Pet – Armoured non-combat pet
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Morrowind’s back, we’re heading back to Vvardenfell! The Elder Scrolls Online’s next expansion is to be set on the small island of Vvardenfell, a place we haven’t been since 2002! Or if you’re in-universe, a place we won’t go to again for 800 years.