With the retirement of the Bethesda launcher, the games are moving to Steam. Some titles are even free.
Bethesda is moving its games to Steam and giving away three titles.
It was not until February that the manufacturer Bethesda announced that they would like to discontinue their in-house launcher. The game publisher, which now belongs to Microsoft, is moving to Steam as an alternative. The first titles are now also available on the popular game distribution platform, some even free of charge.
Change until May 11th
The Bethesda launcher can still be used until May 11th. However, moving your own account to Steam is only possible from April 27th. In the background, however, the migration is already in full swing. This will make some Bethesda games available on Steam for the first time.
Five games already on Steam
Five games have already been moved, three of which can even be downloaded for free from Steam. If you browse Steam, you will find the five games “The Elder Scrolls: Arena”, “The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall”, “The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard”, “An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire” and “Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory”. “.
Three games for free
While “The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall” and “An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire” each cost 5.99 euros on Steam, the three titles “The Elder Scrolls Arena”, “The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall” and ” Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory” on Steam nothing. If you want to secure the titles, you should add them to your own library as soon as possible. Bethesda also offers popular tools for modders on Steam: The “Creation Kits for Fallout 4” and the “Skyrim Special Edition” are available on Steam. The free editors allow extensive interventions in both games.
Download The Elder Scrolls: Arena for free on Steam
Download The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall for free on Steam
Download “Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory” for free on Steam (not in Germany)