Bethesda Holds A Huge Sale For Their Games Ahead Of QuakeCon

Up to 80 percent off on some huge titles.
Ahead of QuakeCon, Bethesda unleashes a huge sale on their titles on Steam.
Ahead of QuakeCon, Bethesda unleashes a huge sale on their titles on Steam. Bethesda

Bethesda’s yearly QuakeCon is hitting Texas later this weekend, and can be watched by fans of Doom, Quake and The Elder Scrolls from around the world via Twitch. However, the celebration of all things Bethesda – and the 25th birthday of Doom, to boot – isn’t only restricted to QuakeCon, as the American publisher is practically giving away their games with these amazing discounted deals.

All of that said, let’s check out some of the best deals on Bethesda games right now on Steam, a sale that will run until next week. It’s got all the classic Bethesda stuff you could ever want, so if you’re feeling like completing your collection, now is the chance to do so.

  • Rage 2 at 50 percent off more than two months after its release on May 15, Rage 2 is now available on Steam for $29.99. It’s not the best open-world shooter, sporting a lot of problems during its initial launch, but some updates did address some of those issues so it’s quite serviceable now.
  • The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr at 35 percent offthis latest expansion for the long-running MMO sees the return of Dragons to Tamriel, which is now priced at $26.99. Explore the savannahs and canyons of Elsweyr, and defend the home of the Khajiit from an ancient evil. Also new with this expansion is the Necromancer class.
  • Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition at 75 percent offa complete edition of Bethesda Game Studios’ fourth mainline entry in the Fallout series, now priced at $14.99. I’m not going to lie, the RPG part absolutely sucked for this game, but it made up for it with amazing side content, like the base building and automation mechanics which are easily the best aspects of the game. In any case, this Edition contains all of the post-launch content for Fallout 4, including Automatron, Wasteland Workshop, Far Harbor, Contraptions Workshop, Vault-Tec Workshop and Nuka-World.
  • Doom (2016) at 67 percent offif you haven’t played this one yet, you now have no reason not to as id Software’s highly successful reboot of the franchise is now priced at $6.59. It’s also a great refresher for what’s to come and to expect from Doom Eternal, which will be launching later this year. You can also pre-order Doom Eternal on Steam here.
  • Dishonored Complete Collection at 70 percent offI’ve been waiting for this one for quite awhile now, and now it’s here – Arkane Studios’ Dishonored collection bundled into one package, complete with all the add-on content for $23.99. It’s probably the best deal you’re going to get on all the Dishonored games – in case you’re looking for them individually, then you can still get all of them at a whopping 80 percent off.
  • Prey at 80 percent off this big sale on Arkane Studios’ take on System Shock carried over from the space-themed sale last week by Steam, which gives you several more days to get Prey for $5.99. Looking back at the developer’s releases, I’ve come to realize that Arkane Studios never made a bad game, and Prey is a great testament to that.
  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus at 67 percent off if you want to catch up on the story before diving into Wolfenstein: Youngblood, then this big sale has BJ Blazkowicz’s latest adventure for you at $19.79. You can also get the first two titles in the revamped series by MachineGames– Wolfenstein: The New Order and its standalone expansion Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – for 67 percent off.
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition at 67 percent off Todd Howard and Bethesda have rereleased this game so many times that I lost count now, but after all these years if you still haven’t, then you can grab the Special Edition for $13.19. The Special Edition collects all the add-on content and DLCs, in addition to remastered features when it comes to visuals and graphics. Just avoid the Creation Club at all costs if you want to get some modding done.
  • Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition at 75 percent offFallout fans will never agree on what is the best in the series, but for me it will always be Fallout New Vegas, which you can now get for $4.99. Check it out if you want a really great storyline, amazing characters and some of the best voice acting in the series.

You can check out other heavily discounted Bethesda games on Steam here.

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