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Elder Scrolls Has there ever been any leaks of the early Morrowind builds or content? +Early Morrowind screenshots

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Nice screenshots but they're so misleading - bunch of NPCs look as if they walk somewhere, creating an illusion of living and breathing environment, lmao.
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This was Todd's first main game as director, no surprise there.
 

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I don't know about early alpha artwork/builds for Morrowind but I recently played a few minutes of a STALKER mod that used assets from the alpha. Man, was that thing butt ugly. Best not to try to go back, I think.
 

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For some reason, static NPCs in RPGs that just stand there, night and day, 24/7, in fair weather and foul, really annoy me now, and I tend to shun games that do it. I like the idea of NPC schedules or at least giving the illusion that they're more than just droning push-button waxen figures by moving about. I remember attempting to play Circuits Edge (which by all accounts is actually quite decent) but stopped right there when I saw all the whores and the junkies and the pmips and the cyber-scum just standing there. It didn't bother me when I first got into RPGs but it does now. It's probably one reason why I couldn't get into Morrowind.
 

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Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire
This was back when Morrowind was going to be an MMO right?
Yes. Here's another early screenshot, before they decided to go in a different direction:

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