As the 2018 Steam Summer Sale has just begun in the US, this limited time event offers massive discounts on PC games, both big and small, from recent AAA hits to popular indices and retro games, says a tomsguide.com report. Prepare your wallet, says the report and adds that billed as “The Intergalactic Summer Sale” is just the right time for you to buy items for dirt cheap price.
Big AAA Hits
As per the report, the Fallout 4 Game of the Year Edition is originally priced at $29 is now available with 50% off, while The Witcher III, costing $19.99 is available with 50% off. Assassin’s Creed Origins, with a price tag of $29.00 also is available with 50% off. The Resident Evil 7 Gold Edition, priced at $31.48 is up for grabs with 48% discount. Doom is priced at $14.99 is 50% off. Grand Theft Auto V, carrying a price tag of 19.79 is available with 67% off. Dark Souls III Deluxe, priced at $25.49 is available with 70% off. Final Fantasy XV is originally priced at $24.99 is available with 50% off. Dying Light The Following: Enhanced Edition, priced at $19.79 has 67% off and Rise of the Tomb Rider, priced at $17.99 is available with 70% off.
Stardew Valley, priced at $11.99 is available with 20% off, while Cuphead, $15.99 ha 20% off. Darkest Dungeon is $7.49 has massive 70% off, Thimbleweed Park $11.99 with 40% off, Inside $8.99 has 50% off, Bastion $3.74 with 75% off and Hollow Knight $9.89% off.
- PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds ($19.99, 33% off)
- Rocket League ($9.99, 50 % off)
- Gang Beasts ($12.59, 37% off)
- Tekken 7 ($19.99, 60 % off)
- Dragon Ball FighterZ ($35.99, 40 % off)
- Street Fighter V Arcade Edition ($23.99, 40% off)
- Nioh ($29.99, 40% off) Read our review
- Halo Wars: Definitive Edition ($9.99, 50% off)
- Prey ($14.99, 50% off) Read our review
- Ni No Kuni II ($35.99, 40 % off)
- Elite Dangerous ($13.49, 55% off)
- Raw Data ($27.99, 30% off)
- Steam Controller ($33.49, 33% off)
- Steam Link ($2.50, 95% off)
Steam Sale Shopping Tips
If the game you want isn’t on sale right away, don’t give up hope! New deals roll out every day during the sale, and you can add games you’re hoping to score to your wish list and be notified via email when they drop in price, notes the report.
Want to keep track of deals and buy games on the go? Be sure to download the Steam mobile app for iOS and Android. As exciting as Steam sales are, remember that you don’t have to buy a game just because it’s on sale. Steam sales can make your backlog pretty bloated fast, so make sure you’re spending on cash on stuff you actually plan on playing. And given the frequency of Steam sales, don’t despair if you missed out on your chance to save on a game, added the report. For more details, visit tomsguide.com.