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Four Classic Elder Scrolls Games Released on Steam, and Two Are Free

A screenshot of The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall

Bethesda has released four classic Elder Scrolls games on Steam. The Launcher is shutting down in May, and this release was planned ahead of the closure.

The four games now available on Steam are:

  • The Elder Scrolls: Arena
  • The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall
  • An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire
  • The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard

Both Arena and Daggerfall are currently available for free while Battlespire and Redguard are available for $5.99 USD.

All of these titles are older and could be more difficult to enjoy for fans of Skyrim. However, if nothing else, Daggerfall is famous for its massive map (before large in-game maps were common). With the very nice price of “free,” now is a good chance to check out the game that helped lay the groundwork for the future Elder Scrolls worlds that so many people love.

Source: Polygon

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Joshua Lindquist

Joshua Lindquist

Joshua is a video game enthusiast with a passion for niche The Legend of Zelda. When he's not writing articles, he's probably writing code, hunting down more games to add to his collection (backlog?), or pestering someone to play Ogre Battle 64 (you totally should).

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