Valve puts the new Steam Sale online for the weekend. The download platform will also advertise individual deals on selected PC games over the next few days. The list of games on offer can be found below these lines. The deals include, for example, a franchise campaign for the Dirt series. Within the offers you will discover some dirt games cheaper. You can bag both Dirt Rally and Dirt Rally 2.0 for 4.99 euros each. Dirt 4 is available for 3.74 euros. You can click the current part – Dirt 5 – for 27.49 euros in your Steam library. The Year One Edition is available for 37.49 euros.

If you want to try Dirt 5 before you buy it, you have the opportunity to do so: You can try the racing game for free on Steam until March 8th. The weekend deal also includes teardown: you can bag the Steam key (Early Access) for 15.99 euros – a 20 percent discount. Also available in the weekend Steam Sale: Hades. You can pull the masterful rogue-like of the Bastion makers into your library for 16.79 euros – also a discount of 20 percent.

The deals are online until March 8th. Individual daily deals are also available on Steam, including Abandon Ship, Peekaboo, Wreckfest, Darkest Dungeon and SCUM. Black Desert Online is still free: You can get the sandbox MMORPG for free on Steam until March 10th at 10 a.m. You can keep it permanently if you link it to your Steam account by then.

Steam Sale: New deals for the weekend

For free: Black Desert Online (free until March 10th)
Play for free: Dirt 5 (until March 8th)
Hades (16.79 euros)
Dirt Franchise Promotion – Dirt 5, Dirt Rally 2.0, Dirt 4 and more
Teardown (15.99 euros)
Deep Rock Galactic (19.49 euros)
Wreckfest (14.99 euros)
Daily offers: Darkest Dungeon, SCUM, A Way Out, BioShock and more

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