Arena, the first game ever in the Elder Scrolls series was released on March 25th in 1994 for PC on the MS-DOS Platform.
The Elder Scrolls: Arena is an epic fantasy open world action role-playing video game developed and published by Bethesda Softworks and released in 1994 for MS-DOS. It is the first game in The Elder Scrolls series. In 2004, a downloadable version of the game was made available free of charge as part of the 10th anniversary of The Elder Scrolls series. Like its sequels, Arena takes place on the continent of Tamriel, complete with wilderness, dungeons, and a spell creation system that allows player...
If you have never played these before, do it!
Play Arena, Daggerfall, and the original Morrowind. The story arc is great.
Here’s a tutorial how to install the games on a modern pc:
For those of you who are just curious what early Elder Scrolls looked like, here’s a video showing the super advanced graphics of 1994:
Morrowind is my favorite game of all time! I put 600 hours into it when it came out for the xbox. I have continually come back to it on PC (currently I’m using Morroblivion and having a blast). I definitely need to check out Arena and Daggerfall.