Earlier this year, Bethesda announced that its launcher would feature permanent dirt nap Its games will line up on Steam’s shelves. That day is coming: On May 11th, the Bethesda launcher will no longer exist, and some classic Bethesda RPGs (and Splash Damage shooters) have transitioned to new homes on Steam.
One more bonus: some of them are free. Starting today, you can get the following games from Steam for “at home” prices.
Two other Bethesda classics have been added to Steam, which you can buy for $5.99/£4.89:
I’ll give you a personal advice on which games you should download and play, but honestly, I don’t think I’ve played any of them. My first Elder Scrolls game was Oblivion, and while I did play a little Morrowind afterwards, I’ve never been earlier than that. It’s possible I’ve played Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, but I’m actually probably thinking about the day I lose. They look a bit similar and both came out in 2003.
When you’re there to smoke Bethesda stuff, Fallout 4 and Skyrim Special Edition It was also added to Steam yesterday. If you’ve ever wanted to mod any of these games, it seems like a good time to try.
As a reminder, the Bethesda launcher will be shut down, and starting April 27th (tomorrow), you’ll be able to transfer any games you’ve purchased there, your saves, and whatever may be left in your Bethesda wallet to Steam.Explains in detail how the whole process works In this article on the Bethesda website.