Nintendo Switch Games Sale Discounts Bethesda Games for QuakeCon

ZeniMax Media’s QuakeCon begins tomorrow, August 18th, and runs through Saturday, August 20th. Bethesda released the full schedule earlier this month, and while some big games are conspicuously missing from the lineup, there are plenty of other online events for bethesda and Id Software fans to check out.

However, Bethesda isn’t the only company with something going on this week. Nintendo is celebrating QuakeCon with significant discounts on Bethesda games through Nintendo eShop. The sale runs until 11:59 p.m. on the 22nd and includes discounts of 75% or more on some of the publisher’s biggest releases.


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There aren’t that many Bethesda games on Switch, with Skyrim the only Bethesda-developed title on the platform. However, the award-winning RPG is currently 50% off, from $59.99 to $29.99. Meanwhile, the namesake of QuakeCon, quake, has gone from $9.99 to just $3.99, a 60% discount. Unfortunately, quake 2 and Quake 3 arena still haven’t arrived on the Nintendo Switch, so Switch users will have to look elsewhere if they want to experience the full trilogy.

In addition, fans of MachineGames’ Wolfenstein 2 80% off from $39.99 to just $7.99. You can also purchase the Standard Edition of Co-op FPS Wolfenstein: Young Blood for 70% discount or the Deluxe Edition for 75% discount. This equates to $5.99 for the Standard Edition or $7.49 for Deluxe, compared to the usual prices of $19.99 and $29.99.

However, demise Fans are the real winners of this Switch offering. Downfall (1993), Doom 2 (classic)and sinking 64 are all 60% off. This equates to only $1.99 for each game. In the meantime, doom 3 costs $2.99 ​​in 2016 demise reboot costs $9.99 after discounts of 75%. Alternatively, fans can pick up Downfall (1993), sinking 2, doom 3and Doom (2016) in which Doom Slayers Collection. The bundle normally costs $49.99, but Switch users can currently pick it up for $12.49, which is a 75% discount.

As for the latest releases from Id, both versions of 2020 eternal doom are 75% cheaper. The Standard Edition normally costs $59.99, while the Deluxe Edition costs $89.99. However, demise Fans can snag them for $14.99 and $22.49, respectively. Additionally, eternal doom‘s Old gods Extensions are also discounted by 50%. Players can purchase Part 1 and Part 2 for $9.99 each. Alternatively, they can save an additional $4.99 by purchasing the Expansion Pass, which is on sale for $15.99.

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