Abandonware DOS title
Saturday, 23rd July 2022

Daggerfall: the second chapter of the Elder Scrolls

Abandonware DOS is made possible by displaying online advertisement to visitors.
Please consider supporting by allowing ads to be displayed or by donating. Thanks!
The Elder Scrolls 2: Daggerfall is an old school first-person 3D RPG developed by Bethesda Softworks and released in 1996 for DOS. Daggerfall is the second chapter in The Elder Scrolls Series. The open world gameplay, the procedural generation of dungeons and the freedom of exploring and taking on the quests at your own pace are some of the features that contributed to make this game one the most loved RPGs of the time.

Game info
Genres: rpgsandbox RPG
System: DOS
Year: 1996
Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
Developer: Bethesda Softworks
Themes: fantasy
Multiplayer modes: single-player
Awards won: 1997 - Best Adventure Game/RPG, Spotlight Awards (GDC).
Input: keyboard, mouse, joystick
Distributed on: cd-rom, download

Review excerpt
"At last! An RPG done right. From Bethesda this Christmas comes The Elder Scrolls: daggerfall, which is the sequel to The Elder Scrolls: Arena. For way to long RPGs have clung to antiquated design conventions. Nobody seemed prepared to try anything really new, while alleged breakthroughs like Stonekeep were just more of it in one big and boring game." - PC Powerplay (1996)


Find out more about The Elder Scrolls 2: Daggerfall