Bethesda promises to 'save the single-player gamer' at The Game Awards

Ceria Alfonso
Diciembre 8, 2017

Once upon a time, these solitary experiences dominated the gaming landscape.

Bethesda has always been a top-tier creator of single-player games, with them responsible for publishing the likes of Fallout 4, Skyrim and Dishonored 2, so the continued success of non-multiplayer games is essential to their business.

During this year's The Video Games Awards event, Bethesda presented a video in which it clearly stated that it will keep making single-player games.

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There's has been a growing concern that single-player games are on the verge of death in some communities in the gaming industry and while gamers lamented over the loss of single-player games, one developer has pretty much been exclusively creating games in this space.

Bethesda made a decision to hammer home that there are still a lot of single-player games out there.

In the coming weeks, we'll also be sharing your stories about single-player games on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more. To celebrate the single-player gamer, Bethesda is running a sale this weekend across its current catalog of single-player games with prices up to 50% off digitally, as well as at select retailers. Additionally, Bethesda is donating $100,000 to the Entertainment Software Association Foundation, which is a group that gives scholarships to help women and minorities going after degrees in the field of video game arts.

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