Steam: cheap games? Halloween promotions are already scheduled!

The PC gamer community, especially those using Steam, is always looking for a good deal looking for festive seasons to take advantage of traditional promotions to fill their libraries.

It is at these times that we can see the best discounts on both AAA titles and the darkest adventures, and as you may have noticed, we are approaching Halloween with great strides. If you are looking for a great horror game (or another genre) Steam has revealed that its scary balances will start at 24 from October until the first day of November.

However, Valve’s platform will not stop there, with other discount periods already defined that promise to help gaming fans embark on new adventures.

Steam will have 3 large periods of balances until the end of the year!

Steam Summer Sale

After the Halloween sales, Steam will start the fall promotions, starting at 24 from November and end 30 of the same month. At this time, Black Friday is also taking place, so it is to be expected that there will be an increase in offers at very attractive prices. To end the year in beauty, we will have the winter sales that will start just before Christmas – 22 of December – and will end already on 2021, on January 5th .

The final stretch of the year promises to be especially exciting for video game fans, as these events often bring big discounts on some of the best and newest games on the market.

If you were looking for a good way to spend your holiday periods until the end of 1200 Steam will have solutions for all tastes and all budgets, this being the perfect time to buy that game that you’ve been chasing for some time but without bleeding your wallet.

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