A new sale is online on Steam: The Midweek Madness Deals are available. The download platform once again offers selected PC games. The sale includes, for example, a deal on My Time at Portia: You get the Steam Key for 11.99 euros – a discount of 60 percent. Meanwhile, space fans take off with No Man's Sky. Free full versions are currently also available on Steam – but only for a short time. In the article you can read the details of the current sale.
Steam puts the new Midweek Madness Deals online – the new sale is live. The download platform also offers discounts on selected PC games this week. In the sale you get, among other things, the steam key for No Man's Sky cheaper than usual. You can drag the space sandbox into the game library for 27.49 euros. No Man's Sky has recently received Update 2.4 – and has since offered the opportunity to trudge through the game world with giant 'Mechs.
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Another deal is waiting for you at My Time at Portia. You can get the adventure in the Steam Sale for 11.99 euros. In addition, you bag the Steam Key for space engineers cheaper: The price is 11.89 euros on the occasion of the Midweek Madness deals. There is also a DC franchise sale with deals on Injustice 2 (14.99 euros), Batman: Arkham Collection (11.99 euros), Batman: Arkham Knight (4.99 euros) and more. The current deals are rounded off by Green Hell. Until April 12, you will receive the indie simulation for 15.74 euros – a discount of 25 percent.
You are currently also clearing free full versions on Steam. Drawful 2, Martian Law and Project Mercury are still available free of charge. However, the games are only available free of charge for a short time. Link them to your Steam account in good time to get permanent access to the full versions. You can find the offers as usual on the Steam website. Alternatively, you can switch to the deal section in the Steam client.
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