On the occasion of QuakeCon 2020, an event that like so many others is being held entirely online for reasons that we all know today, Bethesda has decided to give away a completely free copy of the original Quake and this is how you can get it.
How to get original Quake completely free
If before it was already something normal, during all these months that we have of pandemic, confinement and new normality, obtaining completely free games from their own developers has become even more common.
Now it is Bethesda who, taking advantage of its QuakeCon 2020 , an event that is also celebrating online, which is giving away a completely free copy of the original Quake to all those players who are interested in it.
To get the copy of the first Quake you will only need an account and log in, which you can achieve by simply following these steps:
- Visit the Bethesda website
- If you don’t have an account yet, create a new one
- Download the Bethesda Launcher and log into it
- Redeem your copy of original Quake completely free
If by any chance you already have the Bethesda launcher installed and when you enter you do not see any link or indicator to obtain your copy, close your session and start it again. Now you should be able to get your original Quake for free.
Don’t go yet, you should also know that if they manage to raise $ 10,000 they will also give away Quake II, so stay tuned during the weekend if you want to get hold of it too in case it happens.
Discounts on Bethesda titles
Although many of you may only be attracted to the free title, Bethesda is also offering other benefits to its users these days. For starters, there are free trials of The Ender Scroll Online on both PC, Xbox and PlayStation. From August 6 to 19 and one more day in the case of the Sony console, if you want you can play the game and fully discover the Morrowind area.
However, if you want to take advantage of specific offers, games like Fallout 76, DOOM Eternal and others that we list below offer a discount that can reach up to 80% . So it’s not bad at all if you don’t know what to play during these vacation days.
- Fallout 76 is up to 50% off
- DOOM Eternal is also 50% off
- The Elder Scrolls: Online (the basic game, no expansions) at 50% discount (from 4/8 to 25/8 on all platforms except PlayStation, where the sale will be from 5/8 to 19/8)
- The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor can be found for 35% less
- Crowns from The Elder Scrolls Online between 25-40% discount depending on platform
- Wolfenstein: Alt History Collection, 60% off
- RAGE 2, 80% off
And along with these discounts there are also offers in packs such as the DOOM Slayers collection for Xbox and Playstation, or all the DOOMs for PC in a bundle that is also interesting if you do not have or have played any of them. Or Arkane, also for Xbox, Play and PC via Steam.
In short, the only thing that may interest many is to get original Quake for free , but beyond doing with the game that marked the future of FPS with DOOM, the truth is that there are interesting discounts in high-level game. Like DOOM Eternal, a title that evolving to what is required today preserves that essence and details that marked an entire saga.