Official concept artwork for the Morrowind expansion

The Elder Scrolls series is currently celebrating its 25th anniversary, and in order to get everyone into the festive mood, Bethesda is currently offering a free copy of the truly excellent The Elder Scrolls: Morrowind. You will have to be quick, however, as the offer will only be available throughout March.

As for the whole process, it's a pretty simple one. You'll need to create or log into your Bethesda account over at the official website, after which you'll need to redeem the code TES25TH-MORROWIND to receive your free copy of Morrowind. That's pretty much it!

World of Warcraft two princesses having a staredown

After slowly introducing more and more ridiculous items over the years, Blizzard has now finally decided that the overly restrictive and downright archaic transmog rules are no longer necessary. In other words, you will soon have much greater freedom when it comes to customizing the appearance of your character's armor!

One of the biggest changes coming in with the next patch will be the ability to hide every single item except your pants, so if you're a fan of your Demon Hunter or Lightforged Draenei's tatoos, you will soon have a chance to show them off to the world. And if you simply must run around in your underwear like a maniac, worry not as there are plenty of transmog options that can give you the sort of look you desire.

Apex Legends artwork showing off Bloodhound

If you're like me, then your Apex Legends experience over the past month has been a bit of a bittersweet one. While the game itself is highly enjoyable, it unfortunately suffers from a variety of crashing issues that can occur at pretty much any moment, whether you're just dropping out of the ship or fighting the final squad. There are a ton of home-made fixes for this online, but despite trying my best to sort it all out, I've never managed to get Apex Legends to behave properly.

With that in mind, I am delighted to say that Respawn has now released a patch that is supposed to prevent some of the most common crashes out there. Naturally, there are still some underlying issues the team is yet to identify, but they are confident that they have managed to significantly improve the situation for the majority of the affected players.

The Witcher 3 screenshot of Ciri in Skellige

If you're looking for an excuse to avoid the lovely weather outside and just play some equally lovely games, you might be interested to hear that GOG is now having a spring sale. The whole thing will last until March 28th, with each brand new day bringing with it a new batch of discounts to some of the most popular games on the platform.

For those of you that are unsure which games to grab, allow me to share some of my favorites, mostly focusing on games that have a decent length to them. Here's the list, in no particular order:

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice screenshot of the grappling hook in use

After being teased for what feels like an eternity at this point, FromSoftware's latest RPG Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has now finally made its way to PC and consoles. While it is definitely inspired by Dark Souls and Bloodborne, Sekiro is a bit of a different beast entirely. It's far more story focused, while the combat itself has been retooled to be noticeably more mobile and aggressive, to the point that you even have a grappling hook to help you navigate the various levels!

If you're wondering what all of this looks like in gameplay terms, as well as what the story is all about, allow me to share with you the recently posted 'overview' trailer. Have a peek, it's quite an informative one:

World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth screenshot of the two princesses

World of Warcraft currently has 120 levels, with most of the interesting abilities and talents being given out during the first 30 or so. As you might imagine, this makes the leveling process feel less and less engaging as you go higher, which only makes the rather ridiculous amount of levels feel even more tedious to go through. Not exactly ideal, especially when it comes to new players that don't know how to blaze through some of the more boring stretches of leveling content.

Thankfully, it appears that Blizzard is now finally taking this problem seriously. During the most recent developer Q&A, they have revealed that they are heavily discussing a 'level squish' because of how bloated the leveling process has become. Naturally, they didn't reveal anything in terms of concrete details, but the good news is that they are seriously looking to solve the issue once and for all.

Screenshot of Duke Nukem from the Bulletstorm remaster

[Update]: I'm afraid there is no new Bulletstorm game on the horizon. The game they were teasing was simply a Switch port of Bulletstorm.

After a rather lengthy period of silence, Gearbox has now returned to the spotlight with a rather interesting teaser. Instead of revealing Borderlands 3 which has been rumored for quite a few years now, Gearbox has instead decided to release a teaser for something related to either Duke Nukem or Bulletstorm.

If you're looking for a few more tidbits of information, I'm afraid that makes two of us as Gearbox has revealed pretty much nothing so far, choosing to instead announce the new game at the upcoming PAX. That said, I would be lying if I tried to pretend I wasn't slightly excited about either series making a glorious return!