In an RPG mood? How about a MMO without a subscription fee? The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited is on sale across the web today (now a subscription-free MMO). The best deal of the bunch though is the Elder Scrolls Online Gold Edition at GMG for only $26.79. That’s 46% off the list price and almost half-off what the game goes for on Bethesda and Steam Store.
On the single-player side, it wasn’t too long ago that Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen went on sale at almost 50% off. (In fact that was less than a month ago). But now the game has reached new historic low price with a new discount at GMG. The Steam copy of the game has crossed the 50% threshold and is now on sale for 60% off at $11.99.
|Game Title||MSRP||% Off||Sale Price|
|Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Edition (ESO Key)||$49.99||46%||$26.79|
|Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited (ESO Key)||$39.99||65%||$13.99|
|Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen (Steam)||$29.99||60%||$11.99|
If ESO Gold is too rich for your blood, you can opt in for the cheap $13.99 Elder Scrolls Online standard edition being offered at DLGamer, but do note that in order to get the additional expansion and content you’ll have to pay for Crown Points worth at least $40 in order to pick up all the extra content. It’s a bit unfortunate that Zenimax does not allow a Gold Edition to apply towards an existing account (as far as we know). As it stands currently, you’ll simply have to shell out more cash to get the additional content piecemeal if you have an existing account.
The Gold Edition comes with these four game packs: Imperial City, Orsinium, Thieves Guild, and Dark Brotherhood. The Gold Edition also comes with the palomino horse mount along with 500 crowns to spend in-game (for new accounts only). Lastly, for PS4 gamers – there’s a Bethesda sale on PSN this week which includes ESO Gold and even crown points on sale.
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