The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind is 20 years outdated, and to rejoice that, multiplayer Morrowind instrument TES3MP has been updated to merge it with OpenMW VR (which you’ll be able to see in motion minus the multiplayer above), which means that, sure, now you’ll be able to play Morrowind with your pals in VR. Even when you do not have a VR headset your self, you’ll be able to be part of gamers who do on the identical server.
Whereas taking part in in VR means you’ll be able to see the place of your fingers—that are customized to fit your species, should you’d quite have fuzzy khajiit fingers, as an example—different gamers will not have the ability to. No waving howdy or giving anybody the finger, sadly.
The open-source Morrowind engine OpenMW had its first public launch in 2008, changing Morrowind’s Gamebryo engine with one thing extra sturdy and alterable that modders and tweakers would have the ability to construct on. The OpenMW fork TES3MP is the proper instance of that, making multiplayer Morrowind playable since 2017. One other fork resulted in OpenMW VR a few years in the past, and now the 2 have been mixed as of TES3MP model 0.8.1.
To play Morrowind multiplayer in VR you will must have the unique recreation, after all—whereas OpenMW replaces the engine, it nonetheless makes use of the unique property—after which comply with this quickstart guide to TES3MP. You will need to obtain TES3MP VR 0.8.1 to play in VR, or TES3MP 0.8.1 for the non-VR model, which whoever is internet hosting a server may even want.