Oblivion Game Maps
SPECIAL UPDATE NOTE: These maps have been updated and can be found on the next page, or by clicking here. The maps are now version 1.2, and now include much more, as well as a full map of The Shivering Isles.
The Province of Cyrodiil is a vast area — it is this very area that Oblivion gamers are encountering in every quest they do within the game. Allot of times you know 'about' where you need to go, but don't know exactly... these maps should help solve that problem.
This Oblivion map has been annotated by Jonathan D. Wells, and with his permission I am hosting the file to share with Oblivion gamers around the world. The map not only shows the general layout of the land, but it is also annotated with some of the most useful markers from the game, such as campsites, Deadra shrines, Doomstones, Gates to Oblivion, settlements, natural landmarks, wayshrines, and more.
Using this map you can easily spot where you need to go, once you've been there your in-game map will show the marker and you can fast travel to it at any time in the future. Special thanks to Jonathan D. Wells for all the hard work annotating the Oblivion map, and allowing me to share it with other Oblivion gamers.
Annotated Oblivion Game Map
Oblivion Map Specs
- Height: 3256 pixels
- Width: 2648 pixels
- File Size: 2.14 MB
Interactive Oblivion Game Map
There is also a web site on the Internet that has used the Google Map technology to create an interactive Oblivion map. This map however, cannot be downloaded. To view and use the interactive Oblivion map, visit oblivionmap.net. The flash presentation is pretty nifty, and you can toggle various types of markers either on or off.
More Oblivion Maps
If you have a map for Oblivion and would like to share it please let me know.
More Oblivion Help
For more help with The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, please visit the Oblivion cheats index, which is always updated with the latest Oblivion cheats and resources.