There are two games from The Elder Scrolls and one from Wolfenstein.
THE Bethesda put some of its classic games for free Steam, because its official launcher has been discontinued and no longer offers games. Among them are two franchise games The Elder Scrolls and one of them Wolfenstein.
The Elder Scrolls: Arena (1994) and The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall (1996) series are available for download and play at any time. Both are classics and great options for nostalgic players or those who want to explore the series from the start.
The second game is Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory (2003), which is not as old as the other two games and has the option to play in World War II (WWII) multiplayer battles. It’s hard to find crowded servers, but it’s still a good experience.
These three games are downloadable from Steam and are very light in terms of either size or graphics requirements. Visit The Elder Scrolls: Arena, The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory to download the games.