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To celebrate QuakeCon, from now until July 20, Bethesda will be discounting several titles on Steam, Xbox One, and Xbox 360, including Wolfenstein: The New Order and Dishonored.

First up, on Steam until July 20 people can pick up the QuakeCon 2014 Pack, which includes seven titles for $99.99. The pack bundles together Dishonored: Game of the Year, Fallout: Classic Collection, DOOM 3: BFG Edition, DOOM Classic Complete, Wolfenstein: The New Order, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition, and The Elder Scrolls Online: Imperial Edition.

As well as this, each day of QuakeCon a different title will be discounted as part of a daily deal:

  • Thursday:  Dishonored: Game of the Year and all Dishonored DLC at 50-75% off
  • Friday:  Wolfenstein: The New Order and DOOM Sale at 50-75% off
  • Saturday:  Fallout 3: Game of the Year, Fallout: New Vegas, and all Fallout: Classic Collection at 50-75% off
  • Sunday: The Elder Scrolls Sale, with Elder Scrolls titles selling for 50-75% off

The final Steam deal sees the recently added Standard and Imperial Editions of The Elder Scrolls Online on offer for $30 and $47.99 respectively.

Now if Steam isn’t your thing and you’re more of an Xbox sort of person then Bethesda also has you covered. Xbox One owners can pick up Wolfenstein: The New Order at a 33 percent discount throughout the weekend, while Xbox 360 owners get Quake Arena Arcade, Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, and Doom II for $2.49 each.

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QuakeCon sales begin on Steam and Xbox Live

By Matthew Bennett | 07/18/2014 07:29 AM PT

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To celebrate QuakeCon, from now until July 20, Bethesda will be discounting several titles on Steam, Xbox One, and Xbox 360, including Wolfenstein: The New Order and Dishonored.

First up, on Steam until July 20 people can pick up the QuakeCon 2014 Pack, which includes seven titles for $99.99. The pack bundles together Dishonored: Game of the Year, Fallout: Classic Collection, DOOM 3: BFG Edition, DOOM Classic Complete, Wolfenstein: The New Order, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition, and The Elder Scrolls Online: Imperial Edition.

As well as this, each day of QuakeCon a different title will be discounted as part of a daily deal:

  • Thursday:  Dishonored: Game of the Year and all Dishonored DLC at 50-75% off
  • Friday:  Wolfenstein: The New Order and DOOM Sale at 50-75% off
  • Saturday:  Fallout 3: Game of the Year, Fallout: New Vegas, and all Fallout: Classic Collection at 50-75% off
  • Sunday: The Elder Scrolls Sale, with Elder Scrolls titles selling for 50-75% off

The final Steam deal sees the recently added Standard and Imperial Editions of The Elder Scrolls Online on offer for $30 and $47.99 respectively.

Now if Steam isn’t your thing and you’re more of an Xbox sort of person then Bethesda also has you covered. Xbox One owners can pick up Wolfenstein: The New Order at a 33 percent discount throughout the weekend, while Xbox 360 owners get Quake Arena Arcade, Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, and Doom II for $2.49 each.

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89