Summer hasn't started quite yet, and Bethesda doesn't want you to forget that with its latest Steam Spring Sale. From now through May 16, you can save up to 70% on the publisher's biggest games, including newer titles like Doom Eternal and classics like Skyrim and Quake 3 Arena.
Doom Eternal and the 2016 Doom are both on sale as part of the promotion, costing $20 and $10, respectively. The games give the classic shooter series a fully modern makeover, complete with a signature melee-finishing system, tons of great weapons, and an always-moving philosophy that separates it from other first-person shooters.
For Wolfenstein fans, you can also take advantage of the sale with nearly every game in the series, including Wolfenstein: The New Order for $8, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus for $16, and the cooperative Wolfenstein: Youngblood for $13. Though Youngblood is a spin-off game set a few decades after its predecessors, it seems like it's setting up a climactic third game.