The new Steam Sale for the weekend is online. On the Midweek madness deals and the big fall sale Further offers will follow on the Valve download platform. Over the next few days, selected PC games will once again be reduced in price. In the deal, you currently get Phoenix Point: You can get the Steam key for the Year One Edition for 24.99 euros – a 50 percent discount. There is also an offer on Greedfall: Click the role-playing game in your game library for 19.99 euros – and save 60 compared to the original price on Steam. You can get the DLC Adventurer's Gear for 2 euros.
Wolcen is also reduced in price in the Steam Sale. The full version of the action role-playing game is on offer for 26.24 euros – a 25 percent discount. The title only recently got one Content update donated. If you want the sound rack with you, you pay 30.36 euros for the bundle. The Steam Sale at the weekend is rounded off by individual daily offers. The deal includes Train Simulator 2021 (20.99 euros), Blair Witch (10.19 euros), American Fugitive (6.79 euros) and This War of Mine Final Cut (4.74 euros).
A free PC game is also waiting for you on Steam: You can grab the full version of Blackout Z: Slaughterhouse Edition for free until January 4, 2021 – and then play it an unlimited number of times. Meanwhile, there is a free weekend at Embr: You can play into the Early Access title over the next few days without obligation. If you get a taste for it, you can get the unlimited version in the deal for 13.99 euros. You can find the offers on the Steam website or in the client on your PC.
Steam Sale: New deals for the weekend
- Free: Blackout Z: Slaughterhouse Edition (until January 4, 2021)
- Free weekend: Embryo (13.99 euros)
- Phoenix Point: Year One Edition – 24.99 euros
- Greedfall – 19.99 euros
- Wolcen – 26.24 euros
- Daily offers: Train Simulator 2021 (20.99 euros), Blair Witch (10.19 euros), American Fugitive (6.79 euros), This War of Mine Final Cut (4.74 euros) and more
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