Every summer comes with new surprises for gamers. This year, the Steam Summer Sale started on June 21st and brings new releases at low prices, so everybody can find something that suits his or her taste and budget.
The Sale is up for the next two weeks and during this time people have the chance to see innovative ideas. For example, the browser game Saliens offers its buyers the amazing chance to win Steam trading cards and other awesome games.
The event lasts until July 5th at 6 PM, so join them as soon as possible and get the piece you’ve been waiting for a long time. If you still haven’t decided what to buy, here’s a list with some of the best deals you can find at the Steam Summer Sale.
The Sale comes with best deals for smart buyers
This game turns players into the best civil engineers. It gives them the possibility to turn a little city into a metropolis. The basic package can be acquired with 75% off and it can be extended according to the items you want to have in your city.
This is one of the hottest games that can be played alone or in a small team. It introduces gamers into various locations and provides them with weapons to engage in a battle to the death.
Science Fiction fans will love this game. The setting is a space station orbiting around the Moon and the gamer will become Morgan Yu, a person who has to fight alone with alien invaders.
Jackbox Party Pack 1 – 4
This game is made out of 4 packs. Each pack contains several other games that can be played by large groups. A big plus is given by the possibility to play them on smartphone and the battles are interactive and humorous.
Red Strings Club
The game has two main characters – a barman and a hacker. The player will have to use them and their skills for unveiling the corrupted arrangements made by the corporation which controls the society.
To this list we could add Firewatch, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Game of the Year Edition. These are just a few mentions, but there are a lot more available at the Steam Summer Sale. Check them out!
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.