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July 24, 2017 2 min read
As a PC gamer, you just gotta love competition between digital retailers. After Steam's Summer Sale last month, we've been faced with more and more aggressive sales from other digital retailers. This week the Sweden-based GamersGate has thrown the gauntlet and discounted a plethora Bethesda titles -- many of which are with huge price cuts and reaching historic low prices, beating out even GMG's strong Summer Sale (which also uncoincidentally launched last Friday).
Standout titles include $12.90 Doom and Fallout 4 (lowest we've spotted for Doom), cheap Dishonored 2 at only $16.16, and a very aggressive price cut on Prey to $32.56 - this game was 17% more expensive during Steam's Summer Sale in June).
If you want to confirm Bethesda's bias that everyone wants even more Skyrim, the Skyrim Special Edition is now at a new low price of $17.60. Other Elder Scrolls title such as Elder Scrolls Online Tamriel Unlimited and its expansion Morrowind are both at new low prices of $7.50 and $24.55 respectively.
Finally, we'll be remiss if we don't mention $2 Dishonored. While the Definitive Edition is priced at $8.88 (has been cheaper at $6.80), we think for casual gamers new to the franchise, the $2 price is a great entry point without over-committing. For a full breakdown of the sale, check our page here which includes a price history chart for easy reference.
Update 7/25: New prices as the Bethesda sale spreads to other retailers. This brings even cheaper Prey and Dishonored 2.
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