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Fan-made Morrowind restoration will feature two hours of original music

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Skywind, the fan-made project rendering the world of The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind with the engine from The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, has renamed itself the The Elder Scrolls Renewal Project, and released this second development video detailing the progress made so far.

The video discusses how crafting (and the tailoring customization option) will be introduced into Skywind, as Morrowind (released in 2002) did not feature crafting. The development team also is seeking volunteers to help rewrite dialogue, and is looking for voice actors with suitable talent and equipment to record lines to make characters less robotic. Volunteer composers have also created more than two hours of original music to form Skywind's soundtrack.

To see the team's first developer diary, released in January, see here. Other, shorter videos have covered the rendering of the Ashlands and the preview of a quest.

For more information on Skywind's progress, or how to volunteer, see the official site for the The Elder Scrolls Renewal Project.