Bethesda games are up for grabs at the Humble Store this week as part of the Bethesda Publisher Sale. A whole host of Bethesda games have had up to 67% of their regular prices slashed. Everything from major games to obscure gems can be had for a massive discount, so head on over to the store if you're interested in anything Bethesda but haven't had the time to check it out yet.
Leading the charge is the Elder Scrolls franchise, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Special Edition is up for 50% off its regular price, so in the incredibly unlikely event you haven't played it, now's the time. Previous franchise installments Oblivion and Morrowind are also on sale, although you can get the latter for free until March 31st so perhaps hold off on a purchase on that one if you're okay with using the Bethesda Launcher.
If fantasy swordplay isn't your thing, maybe you'd be better off with Bethesda's other massive open-world exploration franchise Fallout. The excellent Fallout: New Vegas - Ultimate Edition is 50% off and is still well worth your time despite being 9 (!) years old this year. If you're more retro-minded, the original Fallout and its brilliant sequel are both available for 67% off. Some might say it's a bit of a mixed bag but Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel is also 67% cheaper than usual, so now's the time to check it out if you haven't.
Underrated Bethesda games are also front and center of the sale. 2017's immersive sim Prey is 50% off and is a total steal at that price. Dishonored 2 might not quite have reached the sales numbers Bethesda was hoping for, but it's another excellent game from Arkane Studios and a bargain at 67% off its usual value. If you're in the mood for something a bit different then give Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth (67% off, wouldn't you know it) a go.
There's plenty more we haven't mentioned available in the Humble Bethesda Publisher Sale, so go check it out. You might find your new favorite game.
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