QuakeCon 2023 Sales Offer Bethesda's Best Games For Cheap
Save big on Bethesda franchises like Quake, Doom, The Elder Scrolls, and more.
QuakeCon 2023 runs from August 10 through 13, but several retailers are celebrating the annual convention early with massive sales on a wide variety of Bethesda-published games, including titles from id, Machine Games, Tango Gameworks, Arkane Studios, and more. There are tons of deals out there, so we've rounded up our favorites from Fanatical, Humble Bundle, Green Man Gaming, and the Switch eShop so you can find the best savings on everything from Quake and Doom, to Fallout and The Evil Within. All QuakeCon 2023 sales run until August 16 unless otherwise noted.
Starting with Fanatical, Shooter fans can also grab 2016's excellent Doom reboot for $3.79 (normally $20) and its sequel Doom Eternal: Deluxe Edition for 15.39 (normally $70). Plenty of old-school favorites are also on sale, like Doom 64 for 1.49 and The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Game of the Year Edition for $5.39 (normally $15).
Check a few more of our favorite Fanatical QuakeCon deals below. Games purchased at Fanatical also include a 5% off coupon code to use on a future order. Note that some of Fanatical's deals--such as their Hi-Fi Rush discount--are only only available for a few days. The rest are valid until August 16, but be sure to check so you don't miss out.
- Deathloop - Deluxe Edition -- $18.39 ($
- Dishonored: Definitive Edition -- $3.59 ($
- Fallout 76 - The Pit -- $9.19 ($
- The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Game of the Year Edition Deluxe -- $4.59 ($
- The Elder Scrolls Online: Necrom Digital Deluxe Collection -- $45.59 (
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Moving over to Humble Bundle, Arkane's Prey Deluxe Edition is just $10 (normally $40), and its standalone DLC Prey: Mooncrash is just $8 (down from $20). the Ultimate Edition of fan-favorite Fallout: New Vegas is on sale for $6.59 (normally $20). The Wolfenstein series is also cheap. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is down to just $6 (normally $40), Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is $5 (normally $20), and the classic Return to Castle Wolfenstein is just $2 (normally $5)
We've listed a few more QuakeCon Humble Bundle deals below, and you can check out the full lineup at Humble's online store. Most of the deals will be available through August 16.
- Rage 2 Deluxe Edition -- $15 ($
- The Evil Within -- $5 ($
- The Evil Within 2 -- $8 ($
- Arx Fatalis -- $1.64 ($
- Fallout 2 -- $2.49 ($
Green Man Gaming
Green Man Gaming has the lowest price on several titles, including Arkane's Deathloop for $12.75 (normally $60), Hi-Fi Rush Digital Deluxe Edition, for $30 (normally $40), The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition for $18 (normally $50), Fallout 4 Game of the Year Edition for $9.19 (down from $40), and DOOM VFR for just $3.19 (discounted from $15). Check the list below for even more discounts in Green Man Gaming's QuakeCon sale.
- Dishonored: Death of the Outsider -- $5.10 ($
- Dishonored 2 -- $5.10 ($
- Ghostwire Tokyo -- $16.83 ($
- Wolfenstein: The New Order -- $4.25 ($
- Redfall -- $58.79 ($
Nintendo Switch eShop
The Switch eShop is also holding a QuakeCon sale through August 16. Just about every Bethesda-published Switch game is discounted in the sale, including The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition for $35 (normally $70), Doom Eternal: Deluxe Edition for $17.49 (normally $70), and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus for $6 (down from $40). There's also the Doom Slayers Collection available for $20 (normally $50) which includes Doom I, Doom II, Doom 3, Doom 64, and Doom (2016).
- Wolfenstein: Youngblood Deluxe Edition -- $7.49 ($
- Doom 64 -- $2 ($
- Doom (2016) -- $10 ($
- Doom 3 -- $4 ($
- Quake -- $3.29 ($
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