Bethesda’s QuakeCon Sale Includes 30% Off Skyrim VR, Fallout 4 VR, And DOOM VFR

by David Jagneaux • August 8th, 2018

Starting today to coincide with its annual QuakeCon event in Dallas, TX, Bethesda is holding a massive Steam sale on its entire catalog of published titles. That includes the entire DOOM franchise, Fallout titles, The Elder Scrolls games, and more. That means massive discounts on some of the biggest and best PC games ever made — including three of the highest profile VR titles to date: Skyrim VR, Fallout 4 VR, and DOOM VFR.

During the sale all three of the aforementioned titles will have 30% discounts. That’s not as much as some of Bethesda’s non-VR counterparts, but given the recency of their launches it’s still notable. If you’ve been holding off on any of these three titles, now is a good time to dive in.

Skyrim VR (Steam page) is easily the best of the bunch. Since it has robust unofficial mod support you can easily install some amazing mods to up your immersion and truly transform the game. Fallout 4 VR (Steam page) is a solid choice as well if gritty sci-fi is more your style and DOOM VFR (Steam page), while not as deep and engaging as the 2016 DOOM reboot, features a solid amount of thrills in its abbreviated campaign if you like blood and gore.

Worth noting is that DOOM 3 BFG Edition also has unofficial VR support by way of a fan mod and that game is currently $7.99. You can even play the original DOOM for just a couple bucks as well in VR.

During an E3 interview, Bethesda’s senior vice president of global marketing and communications, Pete Hines, told us that all three titles (Skyrim VR,  Fallout 4 VR, and DOOM VFR) have sold well and that there are keeping VR on their radar as a case-by-case platform. Now Wolfenstein and Prey are both coming to VR devices soon, as well as The Elder Scrolls: Blades, so the publisher is far from withdrawing support.

Are you looking to pick up any of these cheap Bethesda titles? Let us know down in the comments below!

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