Bethesda: 24 Hour Sale to Support Australia – Game News


of Dominik Zwingmann
Bethesda has announced a 24-hour sale that will start this Thursday at 7 p.m. All games of the publisher are available during this period with a discount of 33 percent. The proceeds from the sale will then be donated to the Australian Red Cross, which is currently helping affected people in Australia after the forest fires. An exclusive t-shirt is also currently available.

Bethesda officials have announced a 24-hour sale in which all proceeds go to the "Australian Red Cross", which is currently helping those affected in the country to rebuild after the severe forest fires. The sale is in the shop of Bethesda.net and in Humble store occur. The campaign is scheduled to start on January 30, 2020 at 7 p.m. The end is scheduled for January 31, 2020 at the same time. According to Bethesda, all of the publisher's games are offered on both sides with a total discount of 33 percent.

In addition, the company currently offers the exclusive in the Bethesda Gear Store Responders Australia Charity Tea for $ 25. All proceeds raised from the sale of the t-shirt go directly to the Australian Salvation Army, which has been involved in fighting forest fires in recent weeks. The Vault Boy can be seen on the t-shirt together with a koala. The product can now be pre-ordered. The delivery should then take place in March 2020.

By the way, Bethesda is not the only studio that has recently raised money for those affected in Australia. For example, Bungie is also currently offering T-shirt for $ 25, which can be pre-ordered until February 8, 2020. A humble bundle and a DLC in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare were also recently available.

Source: Bethesda

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