The Elder Scrolls video game saga is one of the most popular and well-known in the world when it comes to ambitious open-world games. Bethesda has managed to create something totally unique during the development of this license, give life to a proposal that has undoubtedly been able to transform the genre of role and action to offer something totally unique to players, able to create a character adapted to their taste and whose Courage is undoubtedly recognized everywhere.
Of course, while its first installments have already been interesting for many players, despite the fact that currently many do not even know what they were in their time, Bethesda’s proposal has been able to transform over time, adapt to technology. And if there are still those who are waiting for the arrival of new installments to test their skills again, the moment of truth has come. What really is the best Elder Scrolls game to date? And what is the worst of all?
If you’re intending to find out a little more about this license, especially when there’s good news around the corner, you’re in luck. We turned to Metacritic to find out what were the best rated titles
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
Release date: May 30, 2002
How to play it today? PC and Xbox
Average in metacritics: 89/100
This is the third installment in the role-playing adventure series that Bethesda Softworks began in 1994. In this RPG, she had its first in 2002 on PC and, a little later, on Xbox, all gamers now feel the freedom to explore a vast fantasy world. Many will still feel the excitement when they remember Talos and where we might find towering creatures such as lizardmen or even elves.
It all seemed to have learned to live together, at least until the deity Dagoth Ur starts to do his thing. Therefore, in taking the role of hero, we must be ready to act. Of course, as our path progresses, we will learn great skills that will not allow any enemy to face us.
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Release date: March 24, 2006
How to play it today? PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3
Average in metacritics: 94/100
This is the fourth installment in the most popular role-playing and open-world saga. These years of difference have not only led the company to show that it can reinvent the saga, but also to make the proposition even better than what players could hope for. And it is that to the surprise of many, they were able to improve something that already sounded good enough
In this episode, players can create a character who fights against the Mythical Dawn cult, responsible for open the portal that connects to Oblivion. It is a dangerous forbidden world, so it is undoubtedly important to shut it down to avoid the terrible events to come. Of course, we find a scenario so neat that it never ceases to amaze and whose environment is, without a doubt, a real wonder.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Release date: November 11, 2011
How to play it today? PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4
Average in metacritics: 96/100
No matter how many years go by, it’s still one of the best games in the role-playing genre. And it is that the fifth installment of the popular saga He did it once again, he was able to surprise and leave all the players speechless and in awe. For this reason, located in the world of Skyrim, it not only encourages us to explore a new world, but it is much more interesting when it comes to finding places that are much more difficult and with greater dangers.
What this work offers us is, without a doubt, a long-time proposition and who, once again, has managed to capture the attention of players so much that no matter how long it takes, it seems like it’s always worth seeing this proposition in each of its options and getting carried away. by the fantasy and the magic that surrounds each place.
Games ranked from worst to best
As all fans of this excellent license are well aware, The Elder Scrolls is not just limited to the base game or even its online or mobile versions, but also takes a look at your story with a variety of DLC. Therefore, below we will show you the full list, in some cases with proposals that unfortunately do not have a rating due to the time that has passed since their publication but where we follow the order marked by Metacritic with successes and failures of the license.
The Elder Scrolls V: Hearthfire – Sin nota
The Elder Scrolls: Arena – Sin nota
The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall – Sin nota
The Elder Scrolls V: Dawnguard – 66/100
The Elder Scrolls Online – 71/100
The Elder Scrolls III: Tribunal – 80/100
The Elder Scrolls IV: Knights of the Nine – 81/100
The Elder Scrolls: Legends – 83/100
The Elder Scrolls III: Bloodmoon – 85/100
The Elder Scrolls IV: Shivering Isles – 86/100
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind – 89/100
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion – 94/100
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – 96/100