It's time to loot the account and let the Pile of Shame grow immeasurably. The Steam Summer Sale 2020 is in town. So that you don't lose track of the mass of offers, we have put together a few insider tips for you in the video, which you should try out.
The most beautiful time of the year has just begun for collectible PC gamers: the annual Steam Summer Sale. As part of this, you can look forward to numerous attractive gaming bargains from June 25 to July 9. In total there are currently over 30,000 titles on the Valves gaming platform, some of which can save up to 90 percent. Also included are new blockbusters such as the shooter spetacle Doom Eternal or timeless classics such as the CD project role-playing epic The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. In addition to the various big names, there are of course also many small titles that threaten to go under in the mass of games. To prevent this from happening, we have put together a few absolutely recommendable indie insider tips in our video special that you may not have had on your radar yet!
We not only take your wallet into account, the prices of the games mentioned range from just two to twelve euros, we also tried to cover the broadest possible range of genres. Be it the Wild West RPG West of Loathin, the picturesque puzzler Gorogoa or the retro shooter Devil Daggers – there should be something for everyone here!
Of course, there are countless other insider tips slumbering on Steam, which we cannot list all of them here. So let us know your game recommendations in the comments. You can find more information about the Summer Sale 2020 on our Steam theme page. For console gamers on a bargain hunt, it's worth taking a look at this week's PSN deals.
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