Save Up to 75% on the Fallout Franchise at GOG

There goes my next few hundred hours of free time.

If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. Well, we all knew it was coming, but the question was “when?” And that question has been answered: has the first 5 PC Fallout games on sale right now. If you’re considering playing your way through the series ahead of Fallout 76, or just want to revisit some classic, extremely awesome Fallout games, this is a great chance to do so. You can get all three of the original games for $7.49, combined, and you get the first 2 Elder Scrolls games tossed in for good measure. For Fallout 3, the GOG version is arguably the best way to play through it on PC, but I’ll let you make that call. I strongly recommend it.

Fallout 1 for 75% Off


Fallout on GOG for $2.49 with Elder Scrolls Arena and Elder Scrolls Chapter II: Daggerfall for Free Good Old Games is the best place to pick up these old-school games to play on modern operating systems, and they’re all DRM-free to boot. And they’re good. It says so right in the name! GOG has this awesome deal on the original Fallout game. As if you didn’t already have dozens of hours of gameplay, GOG throws in the first two open-sourced Elder Scrolls games, as well. Daggerfall is still the largest RPG ever in terms of landmass, so for the price of a big bag of chips you basically have enough to last you through any real-world post-apocalypse.

Fallout 2 for 75% Off


Fallout 2 for $2.49 with Elder Scrolls: Arena and Elder Scrolls Chapter II: Daggerfall for Free Some people insist Fallout 2 is the best game in the series, and I think it’s a matter of opinion and I’m not going to argue for or against them. But for the same price as the original Fallout, you get its sequel and the same free Elder Scrolls games. And it’s DRM-free, works on your modern version of Windows, and should provide you with a few hundred hours of enjoyment while you wait for Fallout 76.

Where to Buy Fallout Tactics


Fallout Tactics for $2.49 with Elder Scrolls: Arena and Elder Scrolls Chapter II: Daggerfall for Free This tactical strategy RPG set in the Fallout universe also has all the same great compatibility and bonus features as the first two games. It’s a departure from the straight role-playing of the first two, so keep that in mind. Also, if you want all three at once, GOG has a button on each game’s page to quickly drop them all into your cart and with the current sale, you get all three games for $7.49, plus the free Elder Scrolls bonus games.

Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition for 50% Off


Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition for $9.99 I bought this version on Steam a while back and it definitely doesn’t work well with modern versions of Windows – support for Windows 7 and later is not officially supported. If you have a modern PC, the GOG version is the best way to play this amazing game, and it includes all the DLC expansions and the first 2 Elder Scrolls games. It’s also on Steam, but it isn’t optimized for Windows 7 or above, so unless you’re still running Windows XP, it might not be worth the trouble.

Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition for 50% Off


Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition for $9.99 You can enjoy Fallout New Vegas on your Windows 7 or Windows 10 machine (I know none of you are using Windows 8). The ultimate edition has all the DLC, all the awesomeness of New Vegas, and textures so brown, you’ll say “truly none is browner.”

Seth Macy is IGN’s tech and commerce editor and he just added Fallout 3 to his shopping cart. Follow him on Twitter @sethmacy.

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