QuakeCon Sale Includes Fallout, Doom, Elder Scrolls, and More

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QuakeCon 2015 kicks off today, and in addition to the convention celebrating its 20th year, Bethesda‘s bringing with it a few things attendees are sure to enjoy. The studio previously revealed that Fallout 4 will make an appearance, complete with a new demo, and earlier today, the Fallout Anthology was announced, which brings several Fallout games together in one mini-nuke package.

Other announcements and reveals will undoubtedly come in the following days, but for those that are unable to attend the event this year, the Elder Scrolls developer still has something fun in store. Today, the publisher has announced a QuakeCon 2015 themed sale spread across the PC, PlayStation and Xbox.

A post on the Bethesda Blog detailed the now-in-progress sale, which includes everything from Fallout and Dishonored, to Doom and Wolfenstein. As the developer put it, “this year’s QuakeCon sale offers something for everybody. And this year everybody takes on new meeting.”

QuakeCon 2015 Sale Steam


The Steam specific sales start today and last until Sunday, July 26. And while a ton of Bethesda and id Software games have received discounts, each day between now and Sunday are specifically themed towards a specific franchise. The schedule is as follows:

  • July 23 – Elder Scrolls Day — Tamriel-sized discounts for all things Skyrim, Oblivion, and Morrowind.
  • July 24 – id Day — Party like you’re at the Con with savings on Doom, Quake, Rage, and Wolfenstein-related titles.
  • July 25 – The Evil Within & Dishonored Day — Celebrate the works of Tango Gameworks and Arkane with savings on the main game and DLC.
  • July 26 – Fallout Day — One of the biggest perks of the QuakeCon sale is an easy way to catch up on all-things Fallout before the new game releases in November. Get Megaton savings on Fallout 1-3, New Vegas, and Fallout Tactics.

Additionally, there is  a QuakeCon bundle that will become available starting tomorrow. For $99.99, interested parties can get their hands on 34 games, including Dishonored: Game of  the Year Edition, Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition, Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition. That’s a ridiculous amount of games for the price, and each one can take dozens of hours to complete – long enough to hold someone over until Fallout 4 this November.

Lastly, if you’re not a fan of buying games through Steam, Bethesda has additional sales through Amazon, Direct2Drive, GameStop, and the Humble store.

QuakeCon 2015 Sale PS Store

PlayStation and Xbox

Unfortunately, none of the sales on the console side have anything close to the QuakeCon bundle, but they’re still much appreciated, regardless.

The PlayStation deals, which conclude on July 28, include:

  • The Evil Within Season Pass (PS4) – save 33%
  • The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited Premium Edition – only $99
  • Doom Classic Complete (PS3) – save 40%
  • Dishonored DLC (The Knife of Dunwall and The Brigmore Witches) – save 33%

Xbox deals, meanwhile, end on July 27:

  • Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – save 25%
  • The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited Premium Edition – only $99
  • The Evil Within Season Pass (Xbox One) – save 33%
  • DOOM/DOOM II/Quake Arena Arcade – save 50% on each

The PlayStation and Xbox sales may look a bit lackluster by comparison, but Bethesda advises everyone to check the respective store fronts periodically, as there could be even more games on sale that weren’t specifically mentioned in the post. Taking a quick look at the PS Store doesn’t reveal anything dramatically different, but that could change as QuakeCon progresses.

Are any of the above deals to your liking? Or have you already played all the Bethesda games you’ve wanted – save for Fallout 4? There are a couple of mods for Fallout: New Vegas and Skyrim on the way. Maybe now would be a good time to revisit them.

Speaking of, Fallout 4 is out on November 10, 2015 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

Source: BethBlog