Heads up, PC gamers: it's time to break out your wallets for the annual slaughter of your bank account. Steam's Summer Sale is now live and, as usual, there is an obscene number of deals to be had.
The sale is set to run through July 5, and there are already a number of major and minor games on sale. As with previous sales, we're sure to see more discounts go live as the sale goes on. For now, here's a quick look at some of the standouts:
- Everspace - $9.89
- Fallout franchise - Up to 75 percent off
- Dying Light Enhanced Edition - $19.79
- Nioh Complete Edition - $29.99
- Halo Wars: Definitive Edition - $9.99
There are oodles of more games to grab, and you can check out the full sale at Steam now. Just be ready to wait around a bit at first; the rush of traffic has slowed the service to a crawl.
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