Legendary RPG developer and publisher Bethesda is giving away three games on Steam as they are migrating their library from Bethesda.net to the popular online gaming platform and store.
The three games are:
- The Elder Scrolls: Arena. The game that kicked off the Elder Scrolls series. Launched in 1994, the game was a marvel with its size, scope and crafting systems.
- The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall. The second game in the series improves on the first in every way from graphics to gameplay.
- Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory. This multiplayer FPS lets you pick from five classes and battle it out with 31 other players.
If you are already on Steam looking at Bethesda games, how about trying out three more free games by the same publisher?
- Ghostwire: Tokyo – Prelude. It tells the story that leads up to the action-adventure game of the same name. If you like Anime and Manga, you might want to give this a try.
- Quake Champions. Still, in early access, this Arena shooter is developed by the masters of FPS games, id Software. Calling it fast-paced is an understatement.
- Fallout Shelter. This game was a hit when it was first published in 2017. It has microtransactions because it is also available on mobile, but you can have some fun with it without spending a single cent.