Bethesda Is Bringing A Bunch Of Free Games From Elder Scrolls And Wolfenstein To Steam
Developer and publisher Bethesda released Skyrim fifteen times, but this isn’t one of those times Skyrim is popping up on a brand new platform.
This is not the announcement that Skyrimis will be ported to Amazon Alexa. First, because it has already happened. Second, we are going further back in Steam gaming history for these new Steam games.
NME has revealed that the Migration will see a variety of Bethesda classics come to Steam for the first time. Steam will receive the first two Elder Scrolls games, Arena and Daggerfall. These games are already DRM-free on the Bethesda website. However, they will be available post-migration to people’s Steam libraries.
Steam will release the first game in the Wolfenstein series. It has been DRM-free since its original release. Wolfenstein Enemy Territory, an early multiplayer entry in this series first released in 2003, is now available on Steam. Steam will also offer other properties, such as creator tools for Bethesda’s most beloved games, Skyrim and Fallout 4, for no cost.
The migration will start on 27 April, and the Launcher will be available until 11 May. Although it’s not known when the games will be available on their new online storefront, it will likely be before or on the same date.