4th of July video game sale on steam
The Steam Summer Sale 2019 is finally live, and it is full of big discounts on wishlist toppers and plenty of other games that you probably weren’t going to buy until you saw that big green “-50%” sticker next to the price tag. As in years past, Steam’s juiced up this summer sale with a metagame for folks who buy and play games from now through July 9th. This time it’s themed after an automotive Grand Prix, letting Steam users compete for prizes that range from emoji to a free game from their wishlist.
Following a leak of its dates via the Steam Database Twitter account earlier this summer, the Steam 2019 Summer Sale has finally begun, kicking off on June 25 and ending July 9 as predicted. Thousands of PC games are marked down across various genres, so you’re sure to find a game on your wishlist marked down.
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Steam has even more reason to pull out all the stops for this year’s Summer Sale, as the Epic Games Store recently held its first big storewide sale, dubbed the Epic Mega Sale, and it offered some pretty serious discounts. The Epic Games Store continues to pick up exclusive PC versions of major titles, such as The Division 2 and Borderlands 3, but there’s no question Steam still has the greater volume and diversity of games that make its Summer Sale such a huge event for PC gamers.
- Shadow of the Tomb Raider: $24 ($60)
- Nioh: $20 ($50)
- Grand Theft Auto V: $15 ($30)
- Soulcalibur VI: $20 ($60)
- Civilization VI: Gold Edition: $30 ($128)
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: $30 ($60)
- Devil May Cry 5: $40 ($60)
- Zombie Army Trilogy: $9 ($45)
- Football Manager 2019: $17 ($50)
- Yakuza 0: $10 ($20)
- Monster Hunter World: $30 ($60)
- Dark Souls Remastered: $24 ($40)
- Ghost Recon Wildlands: $17 ($50)
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