The lights are on
QuakeCon kicked off yesterday with two big announcements. The Elder Scrolls Online has come to Steam (in both vanilla and Imperial flavors). And Doom looks mighty good (you can read executive editor Andrew Reiner’s account of the demo for more).
In celebration of the event in Texas, Bethesda is making its games available for a discount on Steam and at a number of retailers. You can purchase a bundle of the company’s best titles for $99.99. This pack includes:
Additionally, you can get the following games at a bargain (Note: Steam refreshes at 10 a.m. Pacific/1 p.m. Eastern).
On Xbox One (via the Xbox Games Store), Wolfenstein: The New Order is on sale for $39.99. GameStop (Disclosure: GameStop is Game Informer’s parent company), Amazon, and Gamefly will also be running deals on Bethesda titles.