Steam will switch the new sale online for the weekend. In the coming days, selected PC games will also be available cheaper than usual on Valve's download platform. This includes a D3 publisher sale with discounts of up to 90 percent. Offers include games from the Onechanbara and Earth Defense Force series. There are also Nightshade (22.39 euros), Disease (3.29 euros) and Gleamlight (8.49 euros). Another publisher promotion is waiting for you from Neowiz. In the sale you will discover Skul: The Hero Slayer (12.59 euros), Metal Unit (8.74 euros) and Tapsonic Bold (8.39 euros).

The weekend deal also includes Medieval Dynasty (Early Access). The adventure starts for 19.99 euros – a 20 percent discount. The weekend Steam Sale is rounded off with deals on the Metro range. You can currently get the full version of Metro Exodus for 13.59 euros. Metro 2033 Redux and Metro Last Light Redux are each available for 3.99 euros.

You can link a bundle with all Metro games to your game library for 29.98 euros. There's also a free PC game: You can link the first-person shooter Metro 2033 (original version) to your game library for free until March 15, 6 p.m. As usual, you can find the deals on the Steam website or alternatively in your client.

Steam Sale: New deals on the weekend (from March 12th)

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