Steam Summer Sale 2018 Starts Today – Highlight Steam Deals

Lots of exciting new games have been unveiled during this year’s E3 event. Sony and Microsoft took E3 as an opportunity to give back to their fans and offered huge discounts on console games. While this might be great for console fans, this is making PC players feel left out

Luckily, Steam decided to follow in Sony and Microsoft’s footsteps by launching a huge sale for a bunch of AAA games. With that being said, today we are going to check out some of the best deals that PC players can benefit from.

Highlight Steam Deals

  • Nioh for $30;
  • Darkest Dungeon for $7.50;
  • Pyre for $8;
  • Firewatch $5;
  • Undertale for $5;
  • Crypt of the Necrodancer for $3;
  • Tyranny for $15.29;
  • Ni No Kuni II for $36.

These are just some of the highlight deals PC players can pick from on Steam, but there are many other discounts. We advise PC players to check out Steam’s game library and see if there’s a game that’s been sitting on their wish list.


Firewatch is the game that will get the most attention during this new Steam Summer Sale. This game features fun gameplay mechanics, but the best thing about it is its immersive story. Players will be thrown out in the wilderness and the only person they can interact with is over the radio.

The game is set in 1989 and the players will get to control Henry who is the game’s protagonist. The interesting thing about Firewatch is that players are encouraged to explore their environment where they will find all sorts of weird stuff which lead to an incredible discovery!

Darkest Dungeon

While Firewatch might a game for people who enjoy having a little fun, Darkest Dungeon is designed for people who love taking on a challenge. Therefore, if you are the type of person who likes games such as Dark Souls, then you might want to give Darkest Dungeon a try.

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