DRM-Free Fallout, Elder Scrolls PC Games Come to GOG

Bethesda brings its games to The Witcher dev's PC store, joining Activision, EA, and Square Enix.


The Witcher developer CD Projekt Red's DRM-free PC digital storefront, GOG, has added another major partner to its ranks. Select games from Fallout and Elder Scrolls developer Bethesda are now available on the platform, GOG announced Wednesday. Bethesda joins other industry heavyweights selling their games on GOG, including Activision, Electronic Arts, Square Enix, and Ubisoft, among others.

Bethesda isn't bringing its newest titles to GOG, but instead classics from the back catalog--which is not such a bad thing considering the developer's impressive history. Below are the Bethesda titles available now through GOG, and of course, there is no DRM whatsoever.

Elder Scrolls (buy all three and save 33 percent)

id Software (buy all three and save 33 percent)

Fallout (buy all three and save 66 percent)

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GOG also announced that everyone who buys just one Bethesda game will receive a free copy of The Elder Scrolls: Arena and The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall.

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