Bethesda adds retro games to Steam, misspelled The Elder Scrolls

Bethesda adds retro games to Steam, misspelled The Elder Scrolls


As previously announced, the Elder Scrolls publisher just brought a bunch of retro games to Steam in anticipation of the end of the Bethesda Launcher. These include a pair of freebies from The Elder Scrolls: Arena, and, er, The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall. Yes, Elder Scholes. The shop page says Elder Scholes.

I’m not going to make too many jokes about people who have to name their Steam pages because I type text on the internet for a living and karma will catch up to me pretty quickly. Just keep enjoying The Elder Scolls on Steam, as there is also a typo in the URL and the link may break if corrected.

Both Arena and Daggerfall have been available as free PC games from Bethesda’s website for a long time, but this is the first time any of the original entries in the series are available on Steam. Most of the Forgotten Elder Scrolls games Redguard and Battlespire are also now available on Steam for the first time for $5.99 / £4.89 / €5.99, although they are also available on GOG.

The new round of Steam additions also includes the free Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, which the PCGN office has declared is the best multiplayer game in the series.

If you’re looking for a good reason to give Daggerfall a whole new chance, the fan-made remake of Daggerfall Unity is raising its profile among modders. If you’re waiting for The Elder Scrolls 6’s release date, you’re going to need something to fill in for many years to come.

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Kirsten Bennett
Kirsten is a passionate writer who loves games, and one day he decided to combine the two. She is now professionally writing niche articles about Consoles and hardware .