Bethesda has heard your cries, single-player gamers, and it has enlisted the help of Lynda Carter to rescue you. The publisher debuted a tongue-in-cheek video during The Game Awards that imitates those ASPCA ads for animals in need. Only the animals in this scenario are people who prefer the endangered narrative-driven solo gaming experience.

The publisher didn’t announce any future single-player games, but it did point to its last two years of releases — many of which focus on offline campaigns. It is also launching something it is calling the #SavePlayer1 campaign.

Here’s the video:

The video also revealed a big Bethesda sale that will cut the prices of its games by up to 50 percent through digital stores. The publisher is also promising to donate $100,000 to the Entertainment Software Association Foundation to pay for scholarships for students looking to study game development.

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