The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, more often referred to simply as Morrowind, is an open-ended single-player role-playing game. You begin the game as a freed prisoner in Vvardenfell with no identity, so you can feel free to create any character that you can imagine. Do you want to be a treasure-hunting pirate? How about a noble knight upholding the law? Or maybe a charming thief is more your style? The sky's the limit when it comes to how you decide to put together your character.
While the main story centers around the deity Dagoth Ur, who seeks to grow in power to overthrow the Imperial reign in Morrowind, the main plot often times takes a backseat to the exploring and questing that you can do in each town, cave, and part of the countryside that you find. This open-ended free-form style of gameplay is what sets Morrowind apart; feel free to play the game your way.
Morrowind was released for the PC in 2002 and for the Xbox the same year.