Arkane Studios, the acclaimed developer behind the Dishonored series and the upcoming co-op shooter Redfall, is hosting a new sale.
Following the acquisition of its parent company, ZeniMax Media, by Microsoft in 2021, future Arkane titles are expected to be exclusive to PC and Xbox consoles—much like Redfall.
Deathloop, one of Arkane’s most celebrated games, is currently available on Steam for just under $20.
Lauded for its innovative time mechanics, captivating gameplay, and stunning art design, Deathloop was hailed as one of 2021’s best games.
Recently surpassing five million players, the title’s impressive sales milestone is particularly noteworthy, considering it initially launched as a timed exclusive for PC and PS5.
The Arkane Studios Sale, which includes this discount, will run until May 2—the same day Redfall debuts on PC and Xbox Series X/S.
Unmissable Discounts on Arkane Classics
This sale also features other Arkane favorites. Dishonored: Definitive Edition, encompassing the original Dishonored and all its DLC, can be snagged for $4.00.
Meanwhile, Dishonored 2 and its expansion, Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, is priced at $4.50 and $6.00, respectively.
Although Prey was free on the Epic Games Store in December 2021, fans can now purchase Prey and its DLC as an $8.00 bundle.
The Arkane 20th Anniversary Bundle, discounted to $20, includes the Dishonored series and Prey.
Additionally, the collection features Arx Fatalis and Dark Messiah of Might and Magic—two games Arkane developed before joining ZeniMax Media.
A Common Trend: Sales Ahead of New Releases
Typically, games developed by studios under ZeniMax’s umbrella are discounted leading up to a new release or in celebration of events like QuakeCon.
For example, earlier this month, Bethesda held a sale on the Switch eShop, with some games selling at remarkably low prices.
Such sales provide gamers with the opportunity to catch up on older titles before a new release.
As Redfall’s launch approaches, those interested in Arkane’s previous works can experience the games that established the studio’s reputation.
To make matters into your own hands, you can keep tabs on Steam’s 2023 sale calendar and get a better idea of when deals come.