Get 76% off six of the best FPS games in one hell of a bundle

The OG of FPS games is now on sale.

Can you believe it’s been 30 years since the original genre-defining shooter? To celebrate this momentous occasion, Steam has an exclusive Doom franchise deal that bundles the best FPS games just for you! The collection consists of six hellish titles ranging from the very first MS-DOS version, all the way to the latest and greatest Doom Eternal. Let’s dig in.

In case you’ve been living under a rock, the Steam Autumn Sale has already begun. My colleague, Fahd, nitpicked a handful of popular discounts, but there’s so much more out there. You can save anything between 20% up to 90% off your wishlist. This Doom franchise bundle is no exception, and is part of a greater Xbox Game Studios and Bethesda Autumn sale that heavily discounts franchises from the Microsoft family.

What’s in the box?

There’s a lot to unpack, but the top level is that you get:

  • Doom Eternal + DLC
  • Doom (2016)
  • Doom 3 + BFG Edition
  • Doom 64
  • Doom II + enhancements
  • Doom (1993) + re-releases

Doomguy fans can save a cumulative 76% off this six-title bundle, which is mighty impressive, to say the least. Of course, the buck doesn’t stop here, as the bundle includes a bunch of DLC and remastered versions, too. For example, you’ll get the Deluxe Edition of Doom Eternal, including the base game, The Ancient Gods Part One and Two campaign expansions, a Demonic Slayer cosmetic skin, and a classic weapon sound pack.

Moving on, fans of the Doom 3 survival horror remake will be pleased to find the original title and its Resurrection of Evil Expansion. Plus, the remastered BFG edition that adds some welcome quality-of-life improvements. Features include enhanced graphics, better audio, and support for 3D displays, if you happen to own one of those relics. Just make sure to get the flashlight mod if you’re new to this particular title. Trust me, it’ll save you countless headaches.

Meanwhile, The original Doom and its successor features both the original versions, as well as enhanced re-released editions—a must for modern hardware. Much like the recent Half-Life update, it includes some lost content in the form of Doom’s Episode IV: Thy Flesh Consumed, which was previously sold as Ultimate Doom. It provides an additional nine-level episode to the original version. Plus, Doom 2 includes TNT: Evilution and The Plutonia Experiment episodes. Finally for good measure, the Master levels for Doom 2 are also present in this bundle. Whew!

The Doom Franchise bundle is currently on sale for $27.98 in the US and £22.82, lopping 76% off their respective $114.94 and £93.94 MSRP.