Multiple Bethesda Games Are Coming To GOG

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Bethesda has decided to release some of its best games on the DRM free platform GOG. This is surprising because the publishing giant uses several DRM methods to protect their games from cracking, most notably Denuvo. However, most of the games that are made available were already cracked years ago. You can buy the games over here.

This is the best time to complete your collection of ancient Bethesda games, and seeing that they are DRM free is an added bonus. GOG is offering older Fallout, Doom and Elder Scrolls games for an incredibly cheap price. The biggest highlight of the sale is definitely the Dishonored franchise. You can get the entire Dishonored collection for only $23.99. All the latest Wolfenstein games are also there with an exception for The New Colossus and Young Blood.

Here are some of our favorite picks

  • Dishonored: Complete Collection $23.99
  • Dishonored 2 $9.99
  • Dishonored – Death of the Outsider $7.49
  • Dishonored – Defintive Edition $6.99
  • Wolfenstein: The Old Blood $5.99
  • Wolfenstein: The New Order $5.99
  • Wolfenstein: The Two Pack $8.99
  • Fallout $2.99
  • Fallout 2 $2.99
  • Fallout 3 $5.99
  • Fallout Tactics $2.99
  • Quake: The Offering $2.99
  • Quake 2: Quad Damage $3.99
  • Quake 3: Gold $4.99
  • Quake 4 $4.99
  • Doom 3: BFG Edition $5.99

All the Bethesda games on GOG are currently on sale. After six days, every one of these games will go back to full price again so we recommend you snatch them up while you have a chance. We really hope that other publishing companies also take note and will release the DRM free versions of their classic games. Imagine a complete NFS collection and older Assassin Creed games on GOG. Well, at least Cyberpunk 2077 will be available on GOG at launch.

So what do you think? Are you planning to buy DRM free versions of Bethesda games? Do you think more companies should follow Bethesda's lead? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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