Until January 2, the digital game store will offer big discounts on popular PC games, so you should check out he deals, because you’ll have the possibility to save a lot of money and buy the titles that you’ve been wanting for so long.
However, if you can’t find your favorite game on Steam’s website, don’t panic! Xbox Live and PlayStation Network have their own digital download sales and there are plenty discounts for daily and weekly specials.
If you like open world action-adventure video games, then you surely want to play Watch Dogs 2, which is now $20 off ($40.19), while the Doom reboot is less than $20, in case you’ve missed the chainsaw kills. Firewatch is a tranquil indie mystery game that costs $12 and a huge discount is offered for the multiplayer crime caper Payday 2, which is 75% off ($4.99). Steam hasn’t forgotten the fans of survival-shooter hybrid The Division or and the open-world crime epic Grand Theft Auto V, which are offered for half of their price ($24.99 and $29.99, respectively).
Another indie game with lots of action is Hyper Light Drifter, which is 40% off ($11.99), and a 50% discount is applied to the survival game The Long Dark ($9.99). Only a 10% discount is offered for VA-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action ($12.74), but it’s still a good bargain. Mortal Kombat X has received a patched PC version, so if you want to buy the full, DLC-loaded XL version, you’ll pay $13.59 for it.
Steam has also a dedicated VR section, where you can find Princess Kidnapper VR at 70% off ($2.09), Project CARS at 67% off ($9.89), Dirt Rally at 60% off ($19.99), Subnautica at half its price ($9.99) and many other games that can be played using a virtual reality headset.
Forza Horizon 3, Gears of War 4, and Recore are three Xbox Play Anywhere digital titles that also work on Windows 10 PCs, and these days they will benefit from big discounts on Xbox Live platform. PlayStation Network is also offering Bloodborne for PS 4 for $38, while the complete, DLC-loaded edition costs $20, reduced from $50.
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