Bethesda's Best 3 New Games are All on Sale, Up to 50% Off
Article by George Norman
On 21 Oct 2016
Great news for Bethesda fans who are on a budget. The company is offering huge discounts of up to 50% for some of its most popular games, including Doom, Fallout 4, and The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited.

Not impressed? In that case, let me hit you with this: The Witcher 3 is on sale as well. CD Projekt Red is celebrating the franchise’s 9th anniversary with significant discounts on all The Witcher titles.

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Getting back to the topic at hand, here are the Bethesda games that you can get for cheap right now.

1. Doom 2016 (and every other Doom game)




Doom, the game that’s been praised for being a brutally fun and challenging modern-day shooter but with an old school vibe, is currently on sale on Steam and Humble Store. The game is 50% off, meaning that you can get it for $30 instead of $60. You have until October 25 at 10AM Pacific Time to make up your mind and take advantage of this offer.

Here’s something that might convince you. The latest update for Doom, Free Update #4, introduced Arcade Mode, which unlocks all the guns, equipment upgrades and runes so that you can play through the campaign as you see fit and earn a high score.

The previous update, Free Update #3, introduced a feature that many had been asking for: Deathmatch, the free-for-all multiplayer mode where everyone is on their own, fragging each other to dominate the match.


2. Fallout 4 (and all previous Fallout games)



Just like Doom, Fallout 4 is 50% off on Steam and Humble Store. If you want to get the game alone, you can get it for $30 instead of $60. If you also want to get all the add-ons that accompany the base game, then you need the Fallout 4 Season pass which is discounted by 33%, meaning you’ll pay $34 instead of $50.

Here’s a quick recap of all 6 game add-on for Fallout 4:
  • Automatron – released in March, it introduces the mysterious Mechanist and the option to build your own custom robot.
  • Wasteland Workshop – released in April, it lets you capture and tame wild creatures, and even have them face off in battle.
  • Far Harbor – released in May, it introduces the largest landmass for an add-on that Bethesda has ever created.
  • Contraptions Workshop – released in June, it lets you build all sort of crazy machines.
  • Vault-Tec Workshop – released in July, it lets you create your own custom vault.
  • Nuka World – released in August, it introduces a vast amusement park with an open wasteland and unique park zones.
The Fallout sale ends on Tuesday, October 25 at 10AM Pacific Time.


3. The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited (and Gold Edition)



The base game is 33% off on Steam and Humble Store, priced at $20 instead of $30. But if I was you, I wouldn’t get the base game. I’d get the Gold Edition that was released in September. It includes the base game, the four DLC game packs that have been released so far, and a few other things.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Edition is 33% off on Steam, priced at $40 instead of $60.

Since we’re talking about The Elder Scrolls, there’s something I want to bring up. Skyrim Special Edition will be released on Friday, October 28. All Steam users who already own the game + all DLC will get the Special Edition for free. Here’s where I want to get: the Skyrim + Add-ons bundle saves you 39%, meaning you’ll pay $40 instead of $65. So if you want to get Skyrim Special Edition, you should get this bundle.


So you don’t want to get Doom because it’s too scary and gory, you don’t want Fallout 4 because you think "it’s not a real RPG and it's the worst Fallout ever," and you don’t want to get Tamriel because you’re not a fan of MMOs. In that case, perhaps you’ll like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

It’s been 9 years since CD Project Read rolled out the first Witcher game. To mark this joyous occasion, the game developer is offering discounts on all Witcher games via Steam, Humble Store and Gog.com.



The game I bought and recommend is The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Game of the Year, which is 20% off on Steam, Humble Store, and Gog.com, priced at $40 instead of $50. It includes the main game, all the updates, all the patches, all 16 DLCs, as well as both major expansions, Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine.



The Witcher games are on sale until Monday, October 24.




Tags: Bethesda, Doom, Fallout 4, The Elder Scrolls Online, video game, sale, Steam, Humble Store, CD Projekt Red, The Witcher
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