The Steam Summer Sale is now live, which means you’re either jumping for joy at the money you’ll save, or locking your wallet in a safe until the sale ends. One way or another, the PC game deals during the annual sale have a knack for making your money disappear. The sale runs between June 21 and July 5, so make sure to grab the games you want before it’s over.
Things appear to be more straightforward than usual this year. Instead of having daily deals and flash sales on certain games, all of the deals seem to be permanent from the beginning to the end–at least so far. That might make this sale a little less exciting than in past years, but it’s nice that you don’t have to keep checking in multiple times a day to see if anything you want to buy is on sale. There is, however, a free browser game you can play on Steam’s homepage.
So what kind of deals can you get during this year’s Steam Summer Sale? For starters, the whole Fallout franchise is available at 50% off or more. You can get Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics for $2.50 each. Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate and Fallout 3: GotY Edition are $10 apiece, and Fallout 4: GotY Edition is $30. The Sonic series and Final Fantasy franchises are also on sale.
Outside of those franchises are loads of other deals on individual games. The battle royale game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is down to $20, as is the comedic RPG South Park: The Fractured But Whole. Tacoma, Rocket League, and What Remains of Edith Finch are $10 each, while Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom is down to $36. Celeste is available for $16, and Grand Theft Auto V is $20.
The sale isn’t limited to software, either. The Steam controller is on sale for $34 (down from $100), and Steam Link–which lets you stream Steam games to your TV–is on sale for $2.50 (which is 95% off its usual price of $50).
That only scratches the surface of this year’s Steam Summer Sale. You can view the whole thing here.
Steam Games On Sale
- Celeste — $16
- Darkest Dungeon — $8
- Dead Cells — $12
- Divinity: Original Sin 2 — $36
- Dying Light — $16
- Everspace — $10
- Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate — $10
- Fallout 3: GotY Edition — $10
- Fallout 4: GotY Edition — $30
- Grand Theft Auto V — $20
- Life is Strange: Before the Storm — $8
- Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom — $36
- Nioh: Complete Edition — $30
- PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds — $20
- Rocket League — $10
- Sonic Mania — $15
- South Park: The Fractured But Whole — $20
- Stardew Valley — $12
- Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic — $4
- Tacoma — $10
- Thimbleweed Park — $12
- Tyranny — $15
- Undertale — $5
- What Remains of Edith Finch — $10