Latest Switch Eshop Sale Brings Major Savings On Skyrim, Doom

The Eshop has joined the QuakeCon party with a new sale that runs through the weekend.


QuakeCon is this weekend, and along with news about all things Bethesda, you can save on a bunch of games in the publisher's back catalog on just about every platform. The Nintendo Switch Eshop has joined a pretty big Xbox Store sale and PC sale at GOG with its own deals on Bethesda games. Admittedly, the Switch's sale is much smaller, simply because there aren't very many Bethesda-published titles on Switch. That said, you can still save on the solid ports of Doom (2016), The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and more until the end of today, August 10.

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All eight games in the Switch's QuakeCon Sale are 50% off. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Doom, and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus are down to $30, while Wolfenstein: Youngblood Deluxe edition is $20. Yes, those prices are higher than you'll find on other platforms, but if you wanted to check out any of them in handheld mode, we've never seen them at better prices.

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The other four games in the sale are classic Doom games. Doom (1993), Doom II, and Doom 64 are all on sale for $2.49, and Doom 3 is up for grabs for $5. For those interested in revisiting the early days of the now-ubiquitous first-person shooter genre, you can do so for cheap.

The QuakeCon Sale is the main event on the Eshop this week, but there are some other great deals to be found. Until August 17, you can pick up Mortal Kombat 11 for $20, down from $50. Pokken Tournament DX, the enhanced port of the Wii U fighting game, is on sale for $42 until August 11.

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