Steam has launched its 2017 Autumn Sale, once again offering up big discounts on an absurd number of PC games. Set to run through November 28, the sale includes deep price cuts on a number of big gaming franchises and lone titles, totaling in the thousands.
There's far too much to list here, but here's a look at some of the bigger highlights from the sale so far:
- Fallout franchise - 50-70 percent off
- Middle-earth: Shadow of War - $35.99 (40 percent off)
- The Evil Within 2 - $29.99 (50 percent off)
- NieR: Automata - $35.99 (40 percent off)
- Prey - $19.99 (50 percent off)
- Everspace - $17.99 (40 percent off)
- Batman: The Enemy Within - $14.99 (40 percent off)
- Rainbow Six Siege - $7.49 (50 percent off)
- Resident Evil franchise - Up to 87 percent off
- Dark Souls III - $23.99 (60 percent off)
In addition to the Autumn Sale, Steam is also starting to take nominations for The Steam Awards. You can nominate your favorite games across several categories now through November 28. And for more from the sale, you can find the full gamut of price cuts at Steam now.
Update 4: Trump gives blessing to TikTok sale to Microsoft
TikTok may soon be owned by Microsoft. The company is reportedly in talks to buy out the U.S. portion of TikTok amid a rumored Trump administration order for TikTok owner Bytedance to divest. On Monday, President Trump says he does not oppose the sale so long as it is done by September 15.
Logitech's new racing wheel brings the feel of the track to your hands
Logitech debuted the G923 today, a new racing wheel and pedals that bring the feel of the track to life. The G923 comes with Logitech's "TRUEFORCE" force feedback system, which simulates the track, wheels, and everything else you'd want to feel in a sim racer.
We compare the Lenovo Legion 5i 15 with the ASUS TUF Gaming A15
Shopping for a new gaming laptop that hits mid-range performance and costs around $1,000? Check out how the Lenovo's Legion 5i 15 compares to the ASUS TUF Gaming A15.
Complete list of Xbox One Dolby Atmos games
Dolby Atmos creates a realistic, immersive soundscape, but is not featured in every game. These are all Xbox One games with baked-in Dolby Atmos support so far.