FAQ: Completion

Frequently asked questions

  • How close is Tamriel Rebuilt to being completed?
  • Which parts of Tamriel Rebuilt are already complete?
  • When is the mod done?

Frequently provided answers

In short: Roughly half of the mainland is finalized at this point. However, the project may be well over half complete when our WIP work is taken into account, or less than half, if you count future plans to overhaul older areas. Look at our Progress Report for more information.


In detail: The completed portion of the project is contained in TR_Mainland.esm; this makes up about half of Morrowind's mainland, stretching from the Telvanni Isles in the far north-east to the region of Velothi Mountains on the Cyrodiil border, south-west of Vvardenfell. This content includes a full complement of interiors and NPCs (thousands, all told), and is filled with just shy of 500 quests. It is just as playable as the vanilla game.

While some of the completed content will be reworked, most of this reworking will occur far in the future, and you should not expect major changes to happen soon. The only exception is the Sundered Scar, which is currently being reworked, and is expected to be released in the timeframe of a few years.

TR_Mainland, outlined in white, is our fully released content. Much of the other areas of Morrowind, outlined in tan, are contained in our in-development section files.

The rest of our work is contained in our public in-development claims and section files, which combine to make up the rest of the mainland. Mind you, only certain parts of the remaining mainland are currently under active development – at the time of writing, TR is focusing on the southwestern quadrant of Morrowind, called the Narsis District. You should expect major changes to happen there with upcoming releases.

Time-wise, it's impossible to say when the project will be finished. It has taken over 21 years to accomplish our existing work, but for most of that time we were also split between side projects, reorganizing our development processes, suffering from interpersonal conflicts, or redoing very early efforts. The pace of progress is greater now, given we benefit from much-improved quality control and organization.
For more information on our progress, please look at our Progress Report.