The biggest deals in the online store of the platformSteam Continue even today. Let’s see what are the hottest deals on the net right now
after The impressive opening yesterday, Summer promotions on Steam continue to become even more diverse and extensive. So without too many introductions, below The most interesting deals Which can be found on the site in the next day (or in the next 12 hours):
- A package that includes all six games in the Hitman series (yes, also the Sniper Challenge game) and all the DLC content added to them - for only $ 8. Those who want to invest a little more can get a crazy package that includes all the games of the (former) distributor Eidos, including all those Hitman titles and other favorite series like tomb raider, Deus Ex and Just Cause, at $ 31.2
- Anyone who has so far refrained from purchasing Assassin's Creed: Unity due to the many technical issues that accompanied its launch, will now be able to get it at a 40 percent discount that translates to a price of $ 36
- The latest and unique strategy game Gray Goo, priced at $ 20
- Dirt: Rally, recently announced for Early Access, is already being offered at a price operation Of 26.25 dollars
- Portal 2, one of the best games ever created, is offered at $ 5 for the benefit of anyone who has sinned badly and has not yet tried
- The Forest, an acclaimed first-person action-survival game praised as part of the Early Access program, could be theirs at a $ 10 discount
- Wasteland, inXile's excellent role-playing game, at half price - $ 20 for the standard version or $ 30 for the Digital Deluxe version
- Lords of the Fallen is offered for $ 25, half the price - and so is its "original", Dark Souls 2 in the improved Scholar of the First Sin version
- Two more up-to-date titles, Project CARS and Pillars of Eternity, are being offered for the first time at discounts with prices of $ 37.5 and $ 33.75, respectively.
- The packageValve Complete Pack, which includes all the content that Wallab has created since its inception, from the original Half Life, through Team Fortress, Day of Defeat and Half Life 2, to Portal, Counter Strike and Left 4 Dead games - all inclusive in $ 40.3
- For dessert, the latest titles in the Command & Conquer series (late?), From Command & Conquer 3 and its expansion pack, through Red Alert 3 and its expansion pack to the latest and sucking Command & Conquer fourth, all priced between $ 3.3 and up $ 4.4 each
Did you find any more great deals we missed? As always, feel free to tell us about them in the comments.