Bethesda adds retro games to Steam and misspells Elder Scrolls

As previously announced, publisher Elder Scrolls has just brought a selection of retro games to Steam in anticipation of the end of the Bethesda Launcher. These include a pair of freebies in The Elder Scrolls: Arena and, uh, The Elder Scolls II: Daggerfall. Yes, Brother Scolls. The store page says Elder Scolls.

I’m not going to make too many jokes to whoever was supposed to headline the Steam page, because I type words on the internet for a living and this karma is going to catch up with me way too fast. just go enjoy The Elder Scolls on Steam as long as it lasts, because the typo is also in the URL and that link will probably break every time it’s fixed.

Both Arena and Daggerfall have been available as free PC games on Bethesda’s website for ages, but this is the first time one of the series’ original entries has been available on Steam. The largely forgotten Elder Scrolls games red guard and arrow of war are also now on Steam for the first time at $5.99 / £4.89 / €5.99 each, although they are available on GOGas well.

The new round of Steam additions also includes Wolfenstein: enemy territory for free, which the PCGN office declared the best multiplayer entry in the series.

If you’re looking for a good reason to give Daggerfall another shot, the fan-made remake, Daggerfall Unity, is gaining popularity among modders. If you’re waiting for the Elder Scrolls 6 release date, you’ll need something to fill the many years to come.

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