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PS Store sale knocks 67% off top Fallout 4 and Skyrim Bethesda bundle

The big Bethesda bundle sees the Fallout 4 Game of the Year Edition and Skyrim Anniversary Edition drop to less than $30 on PS4 and PS5.

Fallout 4 PS Store sale Skyrim Bethesda bundle: a suit of power armor looking updwards, next to the PlayStation logo

It’s been a big year for Bethesda, especially when it comes to Fallout. The ridiculously successful TV adaptation has sent ripples through the gaming space, with Fallout 4 rapidly becoming one of the most-played games of 2024. If you’re yet to get in on the action on PS4 and PS5 then there’s excellent news – the Game of the Year Edition is on sale at the PS Store until Wednesday, May 22. What’s more, it’s bundled in with the Anniversary Edition of Skyrim, which is a double W if you’ve somehow been living under a rock for the last decade.

The bundle featuring two of the best games of all time comes in at a cool $26.39/£26.39, down 67% from $79.99/£79.99. The RRP may seem like a bit of a bait, considering both games are pretty darn old at this point, but there’s a ton of extras included with both open-world games that more than makes up the value.

For example, Fallout 4’s GOTY Edition comes with all six pieces of post-launch DLC Bethesda released for the game – Automatron, Wasteland Workshop, Far Harbor, Contraptions Workshop, Vault-Tec Workshop, and Nuka-World. While the Workshop packs focus on adding new gameplay features and cosmetic elements, the other three pieces of DLC all bring additional story content and locations.

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Fallout 4 has also recently received a free next-gen upgrade, which has been running great for us so far. Not only is the game now playable at a smooth 4K 60 fps on PS5, but it also comes with seven new quests, two sets of Power Armor, and a litany of other goodies you can find scattered throughout the Commonwealth. Basically, now’s the best possible time to hop on the expansive, post-apocalyptic adventure.

Meanwhile, bundle buddy Skyrim Anniversary Edition is also a bit of a beast on the content front. Collating a decade worth of content, you’re getting all three expansions: Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn, as well as all the Creation Club cosmetic content released up until the launch of this complete edition. Fus Ro Daaaaaamn.

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Between both RPG games, you’ve easily got 100s of hours of game time ahead of you, depending on how much of the DLC you delve into. As far as we’re concerned, that’s one hell of a deal.

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