The Prestige Collection Bundles AAA Hits And More For Low Prices

The final bundle in Fanatical's Bundlefest promotion includes Doom Eternal, Arcade Paradise, Fallout 4, and more great games.


PC games retailer Fanatical has been launching new, budget-friendly bundles all week as part of its Bundlefest promotion. The grand finale just went live, and it's arguably the best one yet. The Prestige Collection features Steam keys for major AAA hits like Doom Eternal and Fallout 4 GOTY as well as critical darlings such as Arcade Paradise and Roguebook.

Like many other Fanatical bundles, this is a build-your-own bundle with 16 eligible games and three different pricing tiers: two games for $15, three games for $22, or four games for $29. At most, you're spending $7.50 per game.

In addition to Doom Eternal and Fallout 4, there are a few more AAA titles up for grabs, including Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Metro Exodus, and Dead Island: Definitive Collection. With Dead Island 2 releasing in April, now's a good time to revisit the original entry, which is playable on Steam Deck.

Arcade Paradise was one of the standout indies of 2022. You play as Ashley, a young adult who becomes the manager of their dad's laundromat. Instead of washing clothes all day, you slowly expand the arcade in the backroom. You can even play the arcade machines, which add some variety to this charming management sim.

Here's the full list of eligible games:

Prestige Collection

  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
  • Fallout 4 GOTY
  • Doom Eternal
  • Curse of the Dead Gods
  • Dead Island: Definitive Edition
  • Martha is Dead
  • Arcade Paradise
  • Airborne Kingdom
  • Cat Cafe Manager
  • Roguebook
  • Not Tonight 2
  • Darksiders Genesis
  • Road 96
  • Metro Exodus
  • Golden Light
  • Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl

Although Bundlefest is complete in terms of new additions to the sale, you can still purchase the other sale items that launched throughout the week. Check out every Bundlefest bundle below:

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