Valve Autumn Sale Has Begun, Great Discounts and Big Titles Available

/ 5 years ago


Steam Autumn sale has started and is available until next Tuesday. The sale features 9 big titles at the top of the page with promo discounts, titles that will shuffle daily with even better price drops. The ultra-popular Terraria can be snatched for as low as £1.49, Sleeping Dogs has its price off-guard at £3.99, dragonborn fans can roam the Skyrim realm for as low as £3.74 and even prices are afraid of Outlast, having its tag at £5.09.

There are other deals as well, Portal series for example is priced at £4.49, Crysis enthusiasts can have the whole collection for £9.99. Borderland 2 GOTY is also a decent deal, having the game and all 9 expansion packs at £26.79, or if you prefer a more strategic experience, Company of Heroes 2 can be bought half-priced at £14.99.

It’s worth mentioning that Valve has followed-up to the autumn sale with the winter seasonal sale a month later, and that tends to be what most would consider the most worthwhile of the year. If a game you want hasn’t been out for too long and isn’t on sale during this sale, it might very well be in the next one.

Thank you Hot Hardware for providing us with this information
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7 Responses to “Valve Autumn Sale Has Begun, Great Discounts and Big Titles Available”
  1. Skidmarks says:

    It’s a pity Steam is not a viable option to many gamers in my country and a lot of countries elsewhere.

    • Jeppe Carlsen says:

      Uh, what do you mean by “A lot of countries”? O.o

      • Skidmarks says:

        For starters, 99% of the countries in Africa, the Sub Continent and all emerging markets… The list goes on, I don’t know about eastern countries. Steam is probably useless to most of the worlds population, it’s only really relevant in countries Like North America , Europe, the UK and the odd country here and there.

  2. Xenom3e says:

    The Steam link redirects you to the Admin Login and asks for a User and Password… better change that ;)!

  3. gabe newell says: ill just leave this here…

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