The Elder Scrolls series of games is the brain child of Bethesda Softworks, a game developer out of Washington, D.C. The first two games, the Elder Scrolls and the Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall, were published for the PC only. With their third entry in the series, Morrowind, Bethesda brought their series to the Xbox console. Likewise, the Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion was available on the Xbox 360 as well as the PC.
Morrowind had two expansions: Tribunal and Bloodmoon, each of which offered dozens of additional hours of gameplay. Oblivion fully embraced the concept of downloadable content (DLC) with the Knights of the Nine and Shivering Isles DLC packs, along with several other smaller addons. The fifth entry, Skrim, was announced in December 2010 for a late 2011 release date.
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