If the releases of sci-fi RPGs Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition and Fallout: New Vegas – Ultimate Edition weren’t enough, then Bethesda Game Studios‘ fantasy time sinker The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion – Game of the Year Edition should close the final gap of DRM-free gaming on GOG.
I have to confess that I still have this game (together with the Fallout titles) on the collection shelf in the Xbox 360 section and haven’t come around playing it, so you can imagine how long ago that was. Again time management and maybe a bit of fear that the console wouldn’t handle it, as my PC couldn’t back then, were the reasons for that. But now that I’m able to play most current gen PC games, this could be a reason to finally get into this epic tale of open-world leveling up and battling.
The world of Oblivion is already massive and with so many classes to choose from, weapons to wield and spells to cast, a ton of side quests to complete, this could very well be the end of free time or personal life this year. Another reason why the game is so comprehensive is that the GOG version includes all DLC, like the add-ons Shivering Isles and Knights of the Nine, together with other kinds of goodies. It also comes with a 50% launch discount that lasts until June 6, 1PM UTC.
If you’re interested in even more Bethesda titles or want to explore the origins of these RPGs, then head over to the launch promo Bethesda RPGs sale with these additional games on offer:
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