The new weekend sale is online on Steam. Over the coming days, selected PC games will be reduced in price on Valve's download platform. The deals include, for example, a publisher event from Dovetail Games. The offers include the Train Simulator 2020 for 14.99 euros and Train Sim World 2020 for 13.49 euros. There are also a lot of extensions. A weekend deal is also waiting for you at Streets of Rogue. The Steam Sale is rounded off by a free trial full version.
Steam has a new sale for the weekend. Over the coming days, selected PC games will be reduced in price on Valve's download platform. The highlights include a publisher action from Dovetail Games. The deal includes, for example, Train Simulator 2020 (14.99 euros) and Train Sim World 2020 (13.49 euros). In addition, you will discover a lot of enhancements for the simulations in the offers. You can expect discounts of up to 85 percent. The deals are online as part of Steam Sales until January 13, 7 p.m.
Streets of Rogue can also be found in the weekend deals on Steam. You can pull the indie action into your game library for € 11.75 – a 30 percent discount. This deal is also online until January 13th. The Steam Sale will be rounded off for the weekend by a free trial full version. This time Post Scriptum is in the "Free Weekend". You can try out the first person shooter for free throughout the weekend.
If you get a taste for it, you can secure the unlimited full version for 21 euros – a 25 percent discount. The deal also runs until January 13th. You can find the offers as usual on your PC client or on the Website of the download platform, By the way: Further deals are apparently already on the way. Accordingly, the big Steam Lunar Sale 2020 will go online shortly. (buy now for € 59.99)
Steam deals on the weekend (from 10.1.)
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