QuakeCon kicks off in two days time, and to celebrate, the Humble store is holding a big Bethesda sale.
We’re not particularly interested in Quake anymore, to be honest. The world has moved on. Even Doom and Wolfenstein are thoroughly modern games, while Quake Champions is still, well, Quake like mama used to make.
QuakeCon, on the other hand, has grown from a Quake competition and celebration of the world’s second brownest shooter (Turok is the brownest, if you must know) into a general jamboree of Bethesda and Zenimax’s various properties.
To celebrate this year’s QuakeCon – hosted in Dallas, Texas, from the 9th to 12th of August – Bethesda have teamed up with the Humble Store to offer whacking great savings on their games. Here’s our pick of the litter:
- Doom – 50% off
- Dishonored 2 – 50% off
- Dishonored: Death of the Outsider – 50% off
- Prey – 50% off
- Fallout 4 – 50% off
- Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition – 50% off
- Skyrim – 50% off
- Wolfenstein: The New Order – 50% off
- Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus – 50% off
- The Evil Within 2 – 50% off
And a whole bunch of other games, season passes, and other DLC, with up to 75% off. There’s also 75% off the first Rage, if you want to try and remember why everyone is so excited for Rage 2. Though if you want to remain excited, maybe you’re better just not.
The Humble QuakeCon sale runs through until Monday, August 13th, at 10am PT (6pm BST) and as ever, purchases made via the Humble Store will raise money for charity.
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