Bethesda gives you some free games from The Elder Scrolls saga
Bethesda games have lost their home, because a few months ago the publisher decided to abound its launcher, where The Elder Scrolls were also there , of course.
The long-lived fantasy saga , of which you can find many gadgets on Amazon , is probably among the most famous videogame series ever.
And waiting for a new chapter, now the publisher is focusing all its efforts on Starfield , the promising space adventure that will be released next year.
Also because for The Elder Scrolls VI there will be a bit of a wait, since the information is practically non-existent .
Waiting for the next chapter, you can enjoy the classic episodes of the saga that landed on Steam , surprisingly, just today.
And not only that, because Bethesda will allow you to play some of these completely free, as reported by Kotaku .
Bethesda has added four classic titles to Steam, including two of its lesser-known and darker spin-offs, Redguard and Battlespire . Here is the full list:
The Elder Scrolls Arena
The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall
The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard
An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire
If you can retrieve the oldest episodes of The Elder Scrolls now , some of them are free as well.
These are The Elder Scrolls Arena and Daggerfall , which you can redeem for free via Steam.
It is good to remember that, especially today, these are particularly badly aged video games , but if you want to find out where this very important saga has its roots, it is certainly a good opportunity.
Speaking of free games , and always on Steam, on the Valve platform you can play a nice horror game for free all weekend.
Xbox is also no exception, with a hat-trick of very interesting video games for the weekend, for free.