STEAM is back with another Halloween sale and top video games are getting huge discounts – but there’s just one day left to bag a bargain.
We explain what you need to know, and reveal some of the best deals available now.
Steam Halloween sale – what is it?
The Steam Halloween sale is an annual discount bonanza beloved by gamers.
Online gaming store Steam slashes the prices on a huge range of (usually spooky) titles – often by significant amounts.
The store is primarily aimed at PC and Mac gamers, so don’t be disappointed if you can’t find any Xbox discs or Nintendo Switch cartridges.
Importantly, Steam is known for offering very good value anyway, so a Steam sale means you’ll probably get games at their lowest price ever.
The Steam Halloween sale ends at 5pm UK time on November 1, so don’t miss out.
Steam Halloween sales – best deals, offers and prices
Here are some of the best discounts we’ve seen so far:
- Prey was £19.99 now £9.99 (-50%) – buy now
- Left 4 Dead 2 was £7.19 now £1.43 (-80%) – buy now
- Dead Island Definitive Edition was £11.99 now £2.99 (-75%) – buy now
- Day Z was £3.99 now £23.79 (-30%) – buy now
- Limbo was £6.99 now £1.60 (-77%) – buy now
- Dead Space 2 was £14.99 now £3.74 (-75%) – buy now
- Dead by Daylight was £14.99 now £7.49 (-50%) – buy now
- SCUM was £19.49 now £13.05 (-33%) – buy now
- Amnesia was £14.99 now £2.24 (-85%) – buy now
- Dead Rising 4 was £19.99 now £9.99 (-50%) – buy now
Bear in mind that some of these prices may change, and deals may be added or removed to and from the sale during the event.
It’s worth checking back regularly to find the latest deals and offers.
We also recommend adding any games you’re keen to buy at a discounted price to your wishlist.
Steam will send you email alerts when games you’ve added to the wishlist get price cuts.
So it’s an easy way to make sure you don’t miss out on any big discounts for games you’d like to play.
All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.
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