Steam Black Friday Sale
Despite the previous Steam sale ending just a few weeks ago, the PC platform owner is gearing up to deliver another massive batch of discounts. Needless to say, the next Steam sale is launching in time for Black Friday. If you’re looking to save a lot of money on a ton of PC games, you should definitely check out the next Steam Sale, which runs from November 24 to November 30. Likewise, if you’re looking to top up your Steam Wallet in time for the big day, check out the links below for Steam Store credit.
Unlike the previous sale – which launched in time for Halloween and focused primarily on horror games – the Steam Autumn Sale should have a much wider selection of game discounts available.
There’s no way of knowing exactly what will be on sale before the November 24 launch, but it’s reasonable to assume thousands of titles will be discounted.
Steam users can expect discounts on Valve games like Half Life Alyx, Left 4 Dead and its sequel, Portal 2 and more.
Likewise, there is a good chance that in-game content for free-to-play games will be discounted as part of the sale.
Even newer releases are likely to have some sort of discount, so it’s worth checking back to see if some of this year’s best games make the cut.
It’s also worth going through your wish lists with a fine-toothed comb and adding in any missed games.
Luckily, even if you miss the next round of discounts, there will be another Steam sale in time for Christmas.
The Steam Winter Sale is scheduled for December 22nd and will run through January 5th.
Steam isn’t the only gaming platform holding a big sale in time for Black Friday.
The Nintendo eShop sale kicked off last week, complete with savings on over 1,000 games.
This includes first-party releases such as New Super Mario Bros, Hyrule Warriors 2, and Xenoblade Chronicles.
Sony would hold a PlayStation sale a day later. As part of the PlayStation Black Friday sale, customers can save on everything from controllers and merchandise to physical and digital games.
Microsoft has also launched a sale for Xbox games, which can be found on its official website.
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