Let's end the week on a bit of a silly one, why not? Bethesda has teamed up with Lynda Carter – known for playing Wonder Woman in the 1970s before the role was taken up by Gal Gadot in the modern movies – for a campaign video celebrating the joys of the single player game.

It is of course, a tongue in cheek swipe at the misconception that single player games are on the decline following moves from publishers such as EA closing down Visceral Games and retooling their Star Wars project, but it's also marking the fact the publisher is putting many of its games on sale for up to 50% off digitally over the weekend.

There's some altruism thrown in there too though, as Bethesda are also donating $100,000 US dollars to the ESA Foundation Scholarship program to fund supporting women and minority students who wish to become game developers themselves. It's the largest single donation in the history of the program too, which is lovely.

If you want to know more, you can read up on the Bethesda blog.

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