Bethesda’s Games Are On Sale For Up To 75% On Humble Bundle And Steam

By Dale Bashir on Aug 8, 2018

To celebrate another year of QuakeCon, there’s a massive sale going on for Bethesda’s library of games. QuakeCon, a convention that has been going on for 22 years now, is held by ZeniMax Media, the holding company that owns Bethesda, id Software, and more.

Game

Normal Price (RM)

Sale Price (RM)

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition

162.90

81.43

Fallout 4

122.16

61.06

Dishonoured 2

162.90

81.43

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Game Of The Year Edition

81.43

40.69

Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition

81.43

40.69

DOOM (2016)

122.16

61.06

Prey

122.16

61.06

The Evil Within 2

244.37

122.16

Quake Champions

122.16

80.61

Rage

40.69

10.14

If you check out Humble Bundle right now, you’ll see that every game under any of ZeniMax’s companies are on sale. Whether you’re looking for newer hits like the rebooted Wolfenstein or Dishonoured, or even their classic titles like the original Doom and Quake 3 & 4. The original Fallout 1 & 2 are available for less than RM 6 if you’re looking into checking out the series’ beginnings before Fallout 76 releases.

Game

Normal Price (RM)

Sale Price (RM)

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition

158.00

79.00

Fallout 4

118.50

59.25

Dishonoured 2

158.00

79.00

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Game Of The Year Edition

38.00

19.00

Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition

38.00

19.00

DOOM (2016)

118.50

59.25

Prey

118.50

59.25

The Evil Within 2

236.00

94.79

Quake Champions

118.50

59.25

Rage

37.00

9.50

The sale is the same on Steam, with even more games on sale. While the Humble Bundle even has individual expansions up for sale, Steam has more bundles that are more value for your money. There’s also older games up for sale like Commander Keen and the Hexen games if you are interested in older titles. The prices on Oblivion and New Vegas are also significantly cheaper.

The Humble Bundle QuakeCon sale ends on August 13th, while the Steam sale ends on August 29th. QuakeCon begins tomorrow on the 9th and will go on until the 12th of August, fans can catch the livestream on Twitch. Keep up with Gamehubs on Facebook and Twitter to be up to date on all things gaming.

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