Get Bethesda and id games cheap in the QuakeCon 2017 Steam and Humble sale

By Sherif Saed
25 August 2017 14:27 GMT

Now that QuakeCon is underway, it’s time to save on many Bethesda and id Software games.

That’s because the QuakeCon sale has kicked off on Steam, and the Humble Store. As always, the sale doesn’t just cover id Software-developed titles, but extends to Bethesda’s own catalogue.

The sale is live now, and some of the highlights include Fallout 4 for $20, The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited for a nice $10, Prey for $30, Dishonored 2 for $30, and the original for $2.50.

You can also grab The Evil Within for $5, Wolfenstein: The New Order for $15, a number of Doom and Quake games – including the 2016 Doom for $20.

You can check out the full slate for yourself through Steam, and the Humble Store. The benefit you get with the latter is an extra 10% off if you happen to be a Humble Monthly subscriber.


The sale ends everywhere on Tuesday, August 29.

In other QuakeCon news, Bethesda announced release dates for all three announced VR games. That’s Doom VFR, Fallout 4 VR, and Skyrim VR.

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