Two high-profile games are being bundled together in one package for Xbox 360 and PC, thanks to 2K Games and Bethesda.
Both Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and BioShock will come together to hit retail shelves starting July 7th. The Xbox 360 version will cost $39.99. The bundle will also be released for PC for an even better price: $29.99. Notice the lack of a PS3 version listing? Bethesda told Destructoid that there will be no PS3 version.
Here's the word from Bethesda's Pete Hines:
No PS3. Just PC and 360. Recall that we co-published the PC and 360 versions with 2K, but not the PS3 version. We published that ourselves here and with Ubi in Europe.
So it's a publishing related thing. Makes sense. Anyway, that's $15-20 a piece for two really fantastic games. I think that most of us already have these titles, but for those that don't, what a bargain!
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