Bethesda Weekend Sale Hits GOG and Slashes Prices Across the Board

Bethesda has been making major waves over the past week with DOOM Eternal , but they have an impressive back catalog that shouldn’t go ignored as we look towards the future. GOG has a large sale on all of the DRM-free offerings from the publisher on their service, and it can result in massive savings for folks who are missing a game or two in their collection.

  • Fallout – $2.49
  • Fallout 2 – $2.49
  • Fallout Tactics – $2.49
  • Fallout 3 GOTY Edition – $9.99
  • Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition – $9.99
  • Morrowind GOTY Edition – $7.49
  • Oblivion GOTY Edition – $9.99
  • Elder Scrolls Adventures: The Redguard – $1.49
  • Quake – $3.39
  • Quake II – $3.39
  • Quake III – $4.94
  • Quake 4 – $5.09
  • Ultimate DOOM – $1.97
  • DOOM II and Final DOOM – $3.39
  • DOOM 3 BFG Edition – $6.79
  • Wolfenstein 3D – $3.39
  • Return to Castle Wolfenstein – $1.97
  • Call of Cthulhu – $2.49

This sale is a must for anyone who wants to try out the original versions of Fallout, or who hasn’t had a chance to try out the older DOOM games. They retain a lot of the fear from the 2016 reboot, but do so in a different way and with a killer soundtrack that has held up wonderfully with time. The Quake series is great for someone who enjoys a faster-paced FPS and the thrill of tight corridors and an ever-present feeling that death is looming around every corner. It’s terrifying in a different way than DOOM, but satisfying all the same.