Saving for a good cause? Buying cheap games is twice as satisfying if the proceeds are also donated: Under the motto, Bethesda opens a large game sale today, the income of which should benefit Australia's victims.
It's a good time to be around you the Buying a Bethesda game you’ve wanted for a long time: Together with Humble bundle The Elder Scroll developer starts on January 30 at 7 p.m. one 24 hour sale, whose net profit is entirely due to that Australian Red Cross is donated. As you probably know, Australia has been hit by devastating bushfires since the summer of 2019, which in addition to numerous damage have claimed thousands of victims.
Net proceeds will go to @RedCrossAU to help with fire relief efforts.
– Bethesda (@bethesda) January 29, 2020
Bethesda are not the only ones involved in donations in the video game industry. Humble Bundle itself recently sold a large indie bundle, the complete proceeds also went to aid organizations. At the same time, the developers of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Destiny sold various merchandise and in-game items, with the profit also helping the Australian victims:
– Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) January 11, 2020
Ubisoft Australia, on the other hand, made no such effort and directly spent $ 30,000 on aid. If you prefer to get involved directly, you can, for example donate to the NSW Rural Fire Service, the volunteer fire department in New South Wales. Or you can help Food Bank, an organization that provides food for rescue workers and victims in Australia.
A few thoughts on The Elder Scrolls 6:
It looks like every Bethesda game should come with it 33 percent discount be provided; and that in official store of the developer as well on Humble bundle, Again: the sale starts today at 7 p.m. (European time), and will on End January 31 at 7 p.m., If you wanted to get The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymore, why not today?