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Three Bethesda classics to get for free


Two episodes of The Elder Scrolls saga and the latest Quake are now free on the Microsoft Store during QuakeCon.

‘Tis the season for free classic games! While Epic has just released DOOM 64 on PC, the Microsoft Store is unveiling three illustrious Bethesda titles for free download, in celebration of the QuakeCon 2022, which is underway.

To do this, simply go to the Microsoft store and request one of the following three games:

  • The Elder Scrolls: ArenaThe Elder Scrolls: Arena, the first episode of Bethesda’s RPG series, which allows you to discover and explore all of Tamriel and not a region like the recent episodes
  • The Elder Scrolls: Daggerfall, the second episode of the series and still known today as the largest open world ever conceived in a video game (45,000 km² according to Bethesda, but according to player counts in 2013, we reach 350,000 km², the equivalent of Germany…)
  • Quake Champions: one of the most recent installments in the popular FPS franchise, with a competitive multiplayer
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Note that three titles from id Software have also just arrived in the store, at small prices (less than 5 euros): Heretic, its sequel Hexen and its extension Deathkings of the Dark Citadel.

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