While Bethesda didn’t reveal any new projects at The Game Awards 2017 last night, it did reveal a brand new batch of sales that gamers can take advantage of, just in time for the holiday season.
A trailer accompanying the announcement of the sale shows Bethesda’s new campaign, an ASPCA-esque parody marketed with the message to ‘Save Player 1’—in other words, single-player games.
“While Bethesda and its family of studios produce and publish a wide array of games (including some of the pioneering games in the multiplayer and eSports space), single-player games are a big part of the company’s DNA and will continue to be as they work to develop and publish narrative-driven single-player games in the future,” Bethesda said.
Additionally, Bethesda plans to donate $100,000 to the Entertainment Software Association Foundation, a group that helps fund scholarships for those studying game development.
The sale that kicks off this weekend offers several single-player games for up to 50 percent off. On Steam, players can grab Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and The Evil Within 2 for $30, while The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, Prey, and Dishonored 2 can be picked up for $20. Last year’s Doom costs just $15. The 50 percent off sale can also be found on other platforms, such as the PlayStation store, so if you’ve been thinking of picking up any of Bethesda’s games, this is a good chance to shop around.