Last year's collapse of upstart publisher EON Digital left several games without distribution on this side of the pond. Now the fire sale seems to be almost over, with UbiSoft signing a European publishing deal with Bethesda, one of the last companies whose products were left up in the air by EON's demise. This means that we should get to see Elder Scrolls III : Morrowind and Sea Dogs over the next few months, while the deal also covers several as-yet unannounced titles, bringing the total up to nine games. "Morrowind is one of the most eagerly awaited games of the year", UbiSoft's Alain Corre beamed as the deal was unveiled. "The media are already very excited about it, months before its release. We hope it will be just as successful as Daggerfall - the previous chapter in the series."
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