I always tell myself I won’t spend money when Steam holds its annual summer sale. But that never happens. This year’s Steam summer sale just went live, and my wallet is already cowering in fear.
This year’s sale is already brimming with tempting deals, including PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds for $19.99 and titles in the Fallout franchise up to 75-percent off. But that’s just a small helping of what’s on sale. If you keep digging, you’ll find even more titles available at a discount, such as Bridge Constructor Portal and Thimbleweed Park.
The “Intergalactic Summer Sale,” as it’s being called this year, will take place from June 21 to July 5. In addition to offering a swath of games at a discount, gamers can also check out a new minigame called Saliens.
Below are some highlights we spotted while browsing Steam’s summer sale. Expect even more titles to go on sale over the coming days.
- Ni No Kuni II ($35.99)
- PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds ($19.99)
- Crypt of the Necrodancer ($2.99)
- Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition ($29.99)
- Nioh ($29.99)
- Rocket League ($9.99)
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