It was March 20, 2006 when, for the first time ever, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion made its market debut. The Bethesda Game Studios RPG had the heavy burden of taking up the legacy of such a sacred monster as The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind and, at the same time, to open the popularity of the franchise to new audiences.
In Europe we could get our hands on only starting from 23 March and the experience of the open world of Cyrodill , which opened immediately after the prologue with the resounding departure of the emperor Uriel Septim, conquered many players. The game world created by Bethesda was rich and meaningful, completing or not completing quests felt like they had an impact on the balance of the imperial continent and the threat of the gates of Oblivion sprouting up to threaten the innocent inhabitants – first of all, that of the unforgettable Kvatch – called the player to perform legendary feats.
Last year our Adriano analyzed the contents of the game in one of his in-depth videos, which you can retrieve at this link and review with you the peculiarities of Oblivion em> point by point.
Exactly fifteen years later, we know that ZeniMax Media – owner of the entire Bethesda – has joined the Xbox Game Studios stable these days.
This means that, recently, Oblivion is also on Game Pass: if you are not afraid of some healthy retrogaming and want to allow yourself to become the champion of Cyrodill, you know what you need to do.
The next episode, the hugely popular Skyrim , hit the market in 2011. Since then he’s still the last member of his dynasty, waiting for something to move for the announced and mysterious The Elder Scrolls VI .
If you prefer to play The Elder Scrolls IV on PC, take advantage of the price of the game on Instant Gaming .