It’s that time of year again! When all of those games that’ve been gathering digital dust in your Steam wishlist are now slightly cheaper, so you cave and buy 20. Starting from today (June 23), thousands of games on the Steam Store are on sale, and you have until July 4 to snatch them up!
A load of AAA games are on offer, some from the past year or so, and a few timeless classics to add to your collection. Fallout 4 is half price, meaning that now’s as good a time as any to enter the Wasteland. The entire Assassin’s Creed franchise has up to 75% off, with swashbuckling adventure Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag (75% off) being the pick of the monotonous bunch.
If you fancy potentially cheating the system that Bethesda has laid out for the Skyrim Special Edition release later this year (October 28), where past owners of the game can receive it for free, you can get the unshiny The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim for half price.
Here are some highlights:
- Middle Earth Shadow of Mordor (75% off)
- Portal and Portal 2 Bundle (83% off)
- Bioshock Infinite (75% off)
- Call of Duty Franchise (up to 65% off)
- Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition (75% off)
Of course, there are plenty of Indie titles to delve into. Everyone’s favourite farming game since Harvest Moon, Stardew Valley, is finally on offer with a whole 20% off! Late-2015 hit Undertale is currently 30% off, so you can finally see how this RPG managed to grip the gaming world.
Other top picks are:
- Outlast (75% off)
- Terraria (50% off)
- Punch Club (75% off)
- Surgeon Simulator 2013 (80% off)
- The Beginner’s Guide (40% off)
If you need something to build on that competitive edge, certain sore loser-inducing games are featured. Speedrunners, released in April of this year, challenges you to race your friends through a fast-paced platformer, and is 75% off. The ever-so popular Jackbox Party Packs are also featured, with both the first and second edition having 65% knocked off the price.
New discounts will be added every day and existing offers will remain until July 4.
Will you be picking anything up in this year’s Steam Summer Sale?