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Some of the Best Deals in Steam’s 2018 Summer Sale

By July 3, 2018 News

There are only two days left on Steam’s 2018 Summer Sale. You have only two days to get some really great deals on some of the most popular PC games. Here’s a list of the ones you should consider picking up.

1. The Fallout Franchise

The entire Fallout Franchise is up to 75% off, so If you are missing one in your collection, pick them up.

2. PUBG

If you’re over Fortnite and ready for a more realistic approach to the battle royale genre, check out PUBG at 33% off.

3. Rocket League

If you haven’t joined in on this game, now is the time to pick it up at 50% off. The game of the year edition is also 50% off.

4. Hollow Knight

This game has been out for about a year and has gotten amazing reviews, it just got released on Switch at full price, but on PC it is 34% off.

5. Civ 5

One of the better deals of the sale, Civilization V: complete is 92% off cutting its price from $150 to $12.

6. Valve pack

For $15 you can get Valve’s entire collection, including every Counter-Strike, every Half-Life, both Left for Dead games, both Portal games plus a few others for 91% off. A great way to add bulk to your Steam Library.

7. Jackbox Party

As a party staple, these are a great thing to have whenever you’re with a huge group of people. Right now the whole collection is 63% off, and each individual pack is up to 60% off.

8. Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

Another great party game, this one is on sale for $6 and is playable on all platforms, including VR.

9. Stardew Valley

If you’re looking for a more relaxing game rather than a hard story or FPS, look toward Stardew Valley. With it having the same feel as an Animal Crossing game where you get to create your own life and make your own decisions, its perfect for a laid-back day of gaming. Grab it for 20% off.

10. The Witcher 3

Deemed as one of the best games of the generation, it’s not a hard choice on whether you should pick this up. Both the original game and the Game of the Year edition are marked at $20.

There are thousands of other games for sale, so you’re sure to find something for your budget and for your taste. Don’t forget that the sale ends this Thursday, so stock up before then.

Bailey Brown

Author Bailey Brown

Bailey is an advertising major, nonprofit studies minor in her third year at the University of Oklahoma. She was given her first gaming device at the age of 9 and hasn't put it down since. She enjoys the exploration and puzzle solving of The Legend of Zelda and claims she can "beat anyone" in Mario Kart or Super Smash Brothers. Follow her on Twitter @MissBaileyKay

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