Bethesda Holding 24-Hour Charity Sale for Australian Bushfire Relief
The publisher is holding a 24-hour sale, with the net proceeds going to the Australian Red Cross to assist in the country's bushfire relief efforts.
Now would be as good of a time as any to prep for DOOM Eternal or give any of the Fallout games another go.
Already in progress at the time of publication, Bethesda is holding a 24-hour sale where the net proceeds from it will be donated to the Australian Red Cross to assist in the country’s bushfire relief efforts.
Either through Humble Bundle or Bethesda.net, gamers can buy any Bethesda-published PC title for 33-percent off its current price (note that this does not include pre-orders). The sale will end at 10 a.m. ET on Friday, January 31.
Fans can also pre-order a Fallout-themed “Responders Australia Charity” t-shirt from the Bethesda Gear store. It will ship in March, with the profits from those sales going to the Australian Salvation Army.
Bethesda, best known for the Elder Scrolls and aforementioned Fallout games, is the latest to join a group of developers and publishers within the game industry that have jumped in to raise funds for Australia. This is also the second Australian relief fundraiser Humble Bundle has been involved with.
The Australian bushfires have spread through large sections of the country for months, doing unfathomable amounts of damage to its towns, people, and wildlife.