The Steam Summer Sale ends today! The storied video game sale that has parted countless gamers from their paychecks is wrapping up on Thursday, July 9. If you’ve been holding out to pick up some great PC games on the cheap, now’s your chance to dive in and grab them.
Remember, Steam holds sales all throughout the year. However, the Summer Sale is one of their consistently best sales. Prices on games are lower this time of year than most other game sales you’re going to find online or in stores. Let’s take a look at some of the great deals you can get today.
The latest game in the storied looter shooter series is on sale right now over on Steam. The game normally retails for some $50, but it’s $20 off right now. $30 is a hard price to beat for a very new, shiny AAA shooter!
The game carries on with the series’ trademark humor and excellent RPG elements. The writing is killer, the combat is frenetic, and there’s loot everywhere. Don’t miss this deal!
No one is enjoying being cooped up inside for the foreseeable future. While a pandemic might have you down, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy board games with your pals. Berserk Games’ excellent (and aptly named) Tabletop Simulator allows you to get into a virtual room with your pals and just hang out playing games.
The simple but fun simulator is normally $20, a steal for the hours of entertainment you’ll get. But during the sale, you’ll find it for $10. That’s a crazy value!
One of the best Star Wars games in years, Fallen Order puts you in the shoes of Cal Kestis. Cal, a young padawan who survived the brutal Jedi Purge, is now living in hiding. In tense, white-knuckle lightsaber combat, Cal takes on enemies from Stormtroopers to deadly alien beasts.
Right now, the stellar adventure is on sale for $30 on Steam. It’s normally $60, making this a half-off deal you shouldn’t miss!
Monster Hunter: World is on sale for $20 today. This excellent entry in the long-running series makes it more accessible (and beautiful) than ever before. Step into the shoes of a titular monster hunter and take down giant beasts. Then, use the parts you carve from that beast’s hide to make more armor and weapons to tackle bigger, meaner monsters. If that isn’t the most satisfying gameplay loop ever, we don’t know what is.