Pretty Much All Of Bethesda’s Games Are On Sale

Pretty Much All Of Bethesda’s Games Are On Sale
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Quakecon 2015 kicks off today, as does the Steam sale that follows it. What does that mean? It basically means that every Bethesda game ever released is on-sale. This is a good thing.

The crown jewel is the Bethesda Bundle, which packs together roughly A MILLION Bethesda games for US$130.99. It’s a saving of about US$267.76, which is pretty decent. It includes every Quake ever, Dishonored, The Evil Within, Skyrim, and all of the Fallouts. Pretty cool.

But of course, you can buy all these games individually which is, realistically, the better option unless your name is Scrooge McDuck and diving into a pile of $2 coins is a thing you like to do.

Anyway, I’m not going to list individual deals. There are too many good ones. Go and explore!


    • I first read it as meth and thought that’s probably pretty cheap for a decent drug bundle.

  • might be worth waiting awhile as well as it looks like each day they will have a franchise on sale for more than the current amount with today having the elder scrolls franchise up to 66% (presumably fallout will be on one of the days as well as its only 33% off atm)

  • Yet on sale during Steam Sales most of this will come in well under 180 anyhow… I’ll pass.

  • I remember the Quakecon bundle back in 2012 was pretty much my first purchase on Steam, I think for $72 I got pretty much everything except Skyrim, which was only a few months old at that point.

    Still haven’t played most of it.

  • Not much of a sale there. The new order in the bundle cost 47 dollars! The Evil within 47 dollars!

  • Grabbed every Quake game for 22USD. I purchased them all on release so probably spent around $400 on Quake over the last 19 years.

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