Weekend PC Download Deals for Oct. 14: Fallout celebrates 25 years

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of Fallout with some big sales across Steam, Green Man Gaming, and Fanatical.


It's been an amazing 25 years for the Fallout franchise. It had its humble beginnings and quickly grew into a gaming phenomenon, one that continues today with Fallout 76 and has inspired a lot of offshoots and imitators. This week, Fallout turned 25 and there are a lot of sales to celebrate. Fallout 25th Anniversary Sales are happening right now on Steam, Green Man Gaming, and Fanatical.

Catch up with everything you loved about Fallout. Then, if you have time, check our recent retrospective on the original that started it all.

Elsewhere, we have a first discount on the Steam version of Stray. Activision Blizzard is gearing up for the release of Modern Warfare 2 with deals on Call of Duty: Vanguard and Black Ops Cold War. There are some great bundles over on Humble Bundle, while the Humble Store is offering the best from WB Games. And GOG.com has the best from Devolver Digital, which includes an increased discount if you build your own bundle.

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Here's our selection of this weekend's PC deals:


Epic Games Store


Build Your Own Platinum Bundle! For the month of October, select from the following games: Severed Steel, Wolfenstein Youngblood, Death and Taxes, Summer in Mara, Defend the Rook, Obsidian Prince, Luck be a Landlord, Perfect Heist 2, Hunting Simulator 2: Bear Hunter Edition, Tandem: A Tale of Shadows, Siege the Day, The Escapists Double Pack, Elderborn, Godstrike, Mayhem in Single Valley, PC Building Simulator, Totally Reliable Delivery Service, and Super Blood Hockey. Select 3 for $9.99, 5 for $14.99, or 7 for $19.99. DRMs vary.





Green Man Gaming

Use the coupon code FALL18 to say 18% off all purchases. Restrictions apply.

Humble Bundle

Subscribe to Humble Choice for $11.99 each month. For the month of October, you'll receive Deathloop, Monster Train: First Class Collectors Edition, The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope, Disciples: Liberation, Maid of Sker, Epic Chef, Railroad Corporation, and Golf Gang. DRMs vary. Humble Choice members also save extra on most purchases from the Humble Store.

Pay $10 for Spacebase DF-9, Double Fine Adventure, Broken Age (w/soundtrack), 140, THOTH, GNOG, Brutal Legend, Massive Chalice, Everything, Escape Goat 2, Psychonauts, Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin, and Gang Beasts, along with coupons for iam8bit and the Day of the Devs VIP Pass. These activate on Steam, but Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin requires a VR headset.

Pay $12 for Chronicon, Mordhau, River City Girls, Song of Iron, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, and Mortal Kombat 11, along with coupons for River City Girls 2, River City Girls Zero, and the Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate Add-On Bundle. Pay $23 or more to also receive Chivalry 2. These activate on Steam.

Pay $1 for Icewind Dale Enhanced Edition and Planescape: Torment Enhanced Edition. Pay $10 or more to also receive Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition (w/Siege of Dragonspear and Faces of Good and Evil), Baldur's Gate 2 Enhanced Edition, and Neverwinter Nights Enhanced Edition Complete Adventures, along with a coupon for MythForce. Pay $20 or more to also receive Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous. These activate on Steam.

Pay $1 for Warhammer: End Times Vermintide (w/Collector's Edition Upgrade). Pay $10 or more to also receive Warhammer: Vermintide 2 and various DLC packs. Pay $15 or more to also receive the Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Collector's Edition Upgrade, Shadows Over Bgenhafen, Grail Knight Career, and Winds of Magic DLC packs. Pay $18 or more to also receive the Grail Knight Cosmetic Upgrade, Outcast Engineer Career, Outcast Engineer Cosmetic Upgrade, and Forgotten Relics Pack. These activate on Steam.

Ubisoft Store


If you've found any deals we might have missed or there's a specific one you wish to highlight, be sure to join the conversation and let us know in the comments.

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