Steam is promoting a new sale for the weekend. In the coming days, selected PC games will also be available cheaper than usual on the Valve download platform. One of the highlights is the "Guildford Games" festival promotion. The deals entice with discounts on PC games such as No Man's Sky (27.49 euros), Need for Speed ​​Heat Deluxe Edition (20.99 euros), The Room (1.24 euros), Motorsport Manager (8.74 euros) and Kynseed (8.99 euros).

In addition, the Steam Sale attracts with offers on Age of Empires. The Definitive Edition of Age of Empires is currently available for 9.99 euros, part 2 is available for 13.39 euros. A deal is also waiting for you at The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 3. You can currently get the Steam key for 35.99 euros – a discount of 40 percent. If you want to try out the role-playing game before buying it, you can do so with a free full trial version. Over the weekend, Trails of Cold Steel 3 can be tried out for free on Steam.

The free-to-play full versions on weekends also include Grounded and This War of Mine. The links to the individual actions can be found in the overview below. The current Steam Sale is rounded off by selected daily offers, including and Warhammer 40,000: Gladius – Relics of War. You can find the offers on the Steam website – or alternatively in the client on your PC. Also take a look at ours before you buy price comparison.

Steam Sale at the weekend: The new deals (from November 13th)

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