Bethesda deals: Skyrim Special Edition, Elder Scrolls Online, and more


Trampling on the MSRP

As mentioned previously, GamersGate is celebrating its 12th anniversary as a PC digital delivery company by hacking and slashing priceson deals across publishers.

One of its noteworthy batches of Bethesda titles just got extended through the weekend. Many 2016-released titles such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Editionhave dropped to their historic low price, making it well worth checking out for PC gamers lacking the titles listed below in their library.

Bethesda Weekend Sale

Another title hitting a historic low is Dishonored 2. The November 2016 release has, for the first time to date, dropped below the 50% off mark besting its winter sale price of $33.

For gamers interested in the upcoming Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind expansion, picking up the base game now for $12.60 is a good idea as you can simply pay for the Morrowind upgrade to unlock all the goodies.

Fallout 4‘s Season Pass is also on sale, with this drop to $27.49 being a rare discount. Early last year Bethesda upped the price from $30 to $50, and it’s been hard to find her below the $30 mark since. Also on sale is the most important Far Harbor DLC expansion and the Fallout 4 base game itself – though Fallout 4 itself has been as cheap as $15 – so if you’re not in a hurry, you may as well wait for the eventual Fallout 4 Game of the Year Edition.

The deals listed above will run now through Monday, February 13. That’s a whole weekend to decide if your wallet can handle Bethesda’s latest and greatest.