On September 9 this year Zenimax released The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Edition, which included not only the base ESO game, but also four DLC expansions. Originally a $59.99 purchase, a few retailers like GMG had sales which took the game down to $39.99 in the past. Well, today the PC price has plummeted to a mere $26.79 at, or under half the original $60 cost.
GMG is not the only retailer putting Gold on sale. Other retailers like GamersGate have it priced at $33.49 which makes GMG the best price online. Unlike most deals at GMG in the past, there are no coupons needed to get this price.
- The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Edition - $26.79 (list $50)
- The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited - $13.99 (list $40)
If you don't think you need the Gold Edition, the standard edition is also on sale from $40 to only $13.99 at DLGamer - the best price online beating the $17 - $40 other retailers are charging. Like GMG, only instant savings at DLGamer and there's no need for coupons or other hoops to jump through.
We should warn you again, though. If you buy the standard edition, it can cost quite a bit to get all four DLCs contained in the Gold Edition. You'll need to buy the expansions - Imperial City, Orsinium, Thieves Guild, and Dark Brotherhood - separately at Zenimax using their unique "Crowns" currency. Each expansion will cost between 2,000 and 3,000 Crowns, which in dollar terms can be up to $25 per expansion.