Steam is world-famous for its shockingly amazing sales. Multiple times a year, Steam’s user base is treated to jaw-dropping discounts on some of their favourite titles. Without a doubt, the Summer Sale is considered the darling of the community as it boasts some of the heaviest discounts on the biggest titles.
However, that doesn’t mean that the Winter sale is any worse! In fact, the Winter sales in the past have boasted just as many good deals in my opinion and they’re not something that a dedicated gamer should miss out on. Especially the holiday season when everyone wants to get new games for their PC.
That brings me to my next topic. Steam’s dates arranged for sales in the past are kept from the public for a long time, this year is no different. It’s the first that I’ve heard of the sale and it has kicked off on the 19th of December 2019. (Also the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker). This sale will be running until January 2nd, 2020.
That’s a lot of time to decide what games you want to pick up this year!
So what do you think you will be picking up? Still not sure? I will list below a few titles that you may be interested in.
1. Stardew Valley
Stardew Valley is an isometric 2D style farming simulation role-playing game. It has a unique art style that makes it instantly recognizable and reminds me somewhat of Terraria and Starbound. For more information on this game, check out the Steam Store page and its reviews.
Original price: £10.99
Discounted price: £6.59
2. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
A single-player third-person action-adventure combat game developed and published by Electronic Arts. Fallen Order is an amazing title with stunningly advanced graphics, a deep and enriching story and jaw-dropping gameplay with enhanced lightsaber mechanics. This game is a must-have and I really recommending playing through it yourself.
Original price: £54.99
Discounted price: £45.64
3. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
This game is highly reviewed by the community. It’s very similar to the Dark Souls franchise with greedy bosses and really hard levels. You have limited health and will have to think every action through before you enact it. This game is seriously unforgiving and it’s not recommended for the noobs. I would recommend using a controller to play this game as the keyboard and mouse input can feel kinda clunky at times.
Original price: £49.99
Discounted price: £32.43
So what do you think? Do you think that this year’s sale is looking good so far? Do you think that Valve should have done better? Also which sale have you liked more so far? Epic Store’s sale in which I mentioned in a previous article here or Steam’s Winter Sale. Let me know in the comments below!
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