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A Couple of Indie Devs are Trying to Make Their Own Elder Scrolls Game

One of the main gripes a lot of veteran and newcomer Elder Scrolls fans seem to have is that the newer games in the series feel like they don’t have enough of a focus on exploration. The two man team at AAD Productions heard their cries, and they took to Kickstarter to get their dream game, Frontiers, funded.

After that successful campaign, they took the game to Steam Greenlight, where they were also supported and given the go ahead by their fans voting on the game. The total number of votes needed to greenlight the game were achieved in a few days, which is a testament to how appealing their project is.

The trailer at the top of this post accompanied the launch of their Greenlight campaign, and it highlights the environments, buildings, and so on within the game. Unfortunately, you don’t really get to see much more than that, but the game is already looking pretty mesmerizing, especially for just two people.

If their development schedule remains on track, Frontiers will be launching sometime this summer. For now, go and check out their Steam Greenlight page, which can be viewed here.

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1 comment
  1. Carl B.
    Carl B.
    April 4, 2014 at 5:46 pm

    Didn’t care for Oblivion or Skyrim, so I know here the devs are coming from. I miss the sprawling world of Daggerfall and the alien landscapes of Morrowind.