Well, you thought that we’d just promote our own store? (Yeah that’s correct on most occasions but we’re gamers at heart too so we won’t let you guys miss out on this hehe)
Anyway. Steam Sales. THEY RETURN! Gaben has come to steal your money once more, and like clockwork, you will have 80% of your library unplayed. But the games will still be dirt cheap so… WIN WIN?!
Alright – let’s get down to the news then – Valve just confirmed the rest of the Steam Sales dates and boy, oh boy – we’re gonna go broke again. >:(
Steam Halloween Sale – October 28 – November 1, 2021.
Steam Autumn Sale – November 24 – 30, 2021.
Steam Winter Sale – December 22, 2021 – January 5, 2022.
There’s also BIG BIG BIG sales coming on Epic Games, and on EA – so also stay tuned for that! Epic Games have already given away a lot of cool stuff weekly and monthly for the past year in order to become a popular platform; and it’s working. A lot of people are actually shifting to Epic or at least using it as much as Steam! Good for them.
Well, that’s it for this time folks, we’re having a cool crazy Halloween sale on our store as well – make sure you check your emails on D-Day and you’ll definitely find worth your time 😉
Pssst… Might even be better than some prices on Steam 😉
While everyone’s getting Sekiro and Resident Evil 3 for almost 50% off, you should also take a peek at some of the coolest indie games that are on sale for a way bigger discount than these AAA titles on Steam.
We here at Gamersoutlet.net have compiled a great list of pixel graphic games made by talented indie studios that you should definitely have a go at.
A rogue-like procedurally generated pixel graphic game, Noita is one of the most addictive games on our list. This game is extremely difficult to master and you will die multiple times.
2. DEAD CELLS
Dead cells, is simply a “Kill, die, learn, repeat” game, where you upgrade yourself and keep getting stronger, better and wiser with every session. A 2D action platformer, this is a very aesthetically pleasing and wonderfully crafted game that you must definitely get your hands on – it has got a very high replayability value!
Now this is a great concept – a local multiplayer game that allows up to 4 players to join in; Crawl is a game where you’re thrown into the depths of hell and your friends control the monsters!!! You can either choose to be the hero, or, make sure he never leaves! And if a friend manages to kill ya – it’s their turn to CRAWL!
That’s it for our list this week! Make sure you check out the entire Steam Sale when you’re done, there a LOT of gems to be seen this summer.
And while you’re at it – make sure you also check our main website out for TONS of recurring deals and discounts and instant delivery of codes!!! Have a great weekend everyone 😉
It’s been almost a week since the Steam Sales kicked off for this winter, as usual…. What should you look out for? Are the deals really that good? Are your pockets ready to feel the wrath of Gaben?!
Let’s get down to it. First, you should go check out Steam’s Top Games of 2020. As they mention, most of them are already heavily discounted and you should totally get them until the 5th Jan.
Not to mention, the steam points you accumulate can be used for some pretty sick profile banners, icons and all other cool jazz!
To take a deep dive into the games that you should totally get (reviewed by critics and gamers to give it a high score) check out this really cool guide via PCGamer, that has divided the games into different price sections. (I scrolled down to the below $5 category because I’m broke as hell lmao).
Have a safe week and a HAPPPPPYYYY NEW YEAR in advance, folks! Thank you for all your support this year, we love and appreciate it! See you on the other side. Have a blast, and wish you all an epic 2021.
Hope you’re all safe and stocked up for a brand new era in gaming!
Our first biggest update is about EA Play – an exclusive subscription coming to Steam on August 31 this year! This means EA games will be available on 4 platforms; Xbox, Playstation, Steam and EA’s very own Origin.
The base price is $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year which is the standard subscription. The premium option is $14.99 per month, or $99.99 annually, which includes early access to all of EA’s new titles.
In other news, here’s a list of all CONFIRMED titles/release dates for all your fav games for 2020.
Have a look at this summarized version by Gamespot :
Finally, for all you Nintendo fans, let’s talk about the Nintendo Indie World Showcase!
It was livestreamed a few days ago, and during the Indie World Showcase, Nintendo showed off a number of high-profile titles coming to Switch. Although it’s not a very epic update, it’s still a few cool games!
The lineup includes games like Hades, Card Shark, Bear and Breakfast, etc.
Besides that, fan favourite game “Untitled Goose Game” is getting a 2 player co-op mode!
Read more about each game and watch their trailers here at Verge!
Aaaand it’s back! If you haven’t had the chance to have a look already, most AAA titles are priced at a VERY VERY reasonable rate! Make sure you grab these before the 9th of July! (around a week remaining.)
So, what’s new? Well, for starters, there’s a reward point system which is a recurring thing for Steam Sales and you can get customizable wallpapers and profile icons! And this time, they’re animated! How cool is that? Apart from that you also get animated emojis that you can use in your Steam chat.
Apart from that, we got some cool mini-events, especially this one – for the pride month that was in June!
And here’s a list of games that you SHOULD get as they’re preeeetty decently priced.
After the Steam Winter Sale that JUST ended on the 2nd of January, we still have to look at the other not-so-superior consoles, amirite? (PC Masterrace, anyone? Just kidding – all consoles have their pros and cons so let’s not make that a discussion.)
Not just other platforms, but there’s also different special developer sales going on so… Let’s jump right into it!
PS4 HOLIDAY SALES
A Plague Tale: Innocence — $25 ($50)
Arizona Sunshine (PSVR) — $14 ($40)*
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey — $15 ($60)*
Battlefield V — $16 ($40)*
Borderlands 3 — $39 ($60)*
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare — $39.59 ($60)*
Control — $39 ($60)*
Dark Souls III — $21.24 ($60)*
Days Gone — $20 ($40)*
Death Stranding — $40.19 ($60)*
Devil May Cry 5 — $19.79 ($60)*
The Division 2 — $12 ($60)*
Doom — $6 ($20)*
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR — $18 ($60)*
Enter the Gungeon — $7.49 ($15)*
Fallout 4 — $9 ($30)
Far Cry New Dawn — $16 ($40)*
FIFA 20 — $30 ($60)* …..etc
*indicates items that would be unavailable at the same price post the 6th of January.
Hold on to your wallet, if you’ve already not spent on the pre-orders for titles like Cyberpunk 2077, Dying Light 2, Doom Eternal, Watchdogs Legion…the list goes on. Oh well.
We’re all broke, we get it. But now’s not the time to be grim, fellow gamers! We gotta rise! (Wish my wallet could say the same…)
Anyway, here’s some good news – with less than a week remaining for the Steam Halloween Sales to start, the dates for the next 2 Steam Sales (Autumn and Winter) were leaked as well!!!!
According to SteamDB (one of the most accurate sources out there), the dates are as follows –
Halloween Sale: October 28 – November 1
Autumn Sale: November 26 – December 3
Winter Sale: December 19 – January 2
After the mishap caused during the Grand Prix event – which kinda crashed Steam altogether, with random glitches, imbalanced event mini games, wishlist disappearance, etc. we can hope that this isn’t going to be repeated – and that they would have a far more entertaining event than the Summer Sales event, since that was pretty bland.
Let’s hope for the best and see how things go. As for now, I’m gonna sit tight and not spend anything on Steam, however ludicrous the offers may be. I’m gonna save like a squirrel and THEN GO ALL IN.
That’s it for this time folks! How much are you gonna spend this time? Leave your answers in the comment below! Go on! Flex! :p
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I’m sure everyone knows about the Steam Summer Sales unless
you’re living under a rock – and there’s some news! The entire event is a huge
bug pile and has caused an uproar on the platform.
The event began on the 25th of June, and will
last until the 9th of July next week.
This time, the theme is Grand Prix – and you have to choose your own team, and get to race against them, boost yourself to reach the finish line, etc. It’s a little bit complicated, but you can check the full information here – https://store.steampowered.com/grandprix
Anyone can take part in it – and this is what you get!
“Drivers from the top three finishing teams on a given day will be selected at random to receive the top ranked item from their Steam Wishlist. This item must be available for sale, rather than merely Coming Soon. 300 drivers from the first place team, 200 drivers from the second place team, and 100 drivers from the third place team will receive a free title. Be sure to rank the titles in your wishlist, and add any new ones you’re interested in. At the end of the entire Grand Prix we will award 1,000 random drivers from the first place team the top three ranked games on their wishlist. For second place, we will award 1,000 random drivers the top two ranked games on their wishlist. For third place, will award 1,000 random drivers the top ranked game on their wishlist. “
Every purchase you’ve made after the Lunar Sale has been converted to tokens, along with the games you have played and the achievements you’ve received so far. All of these tokens can be redeemed at the Pit Stop to get cool new backgrounds, icons etc. and, here comes the main part – YOU CAN LEVEL UP YOUR SUMMER GAMES 2019 BADGE BY USING THESE TOKENS!
Now, this is a huge bug, because apparently levelling up the badge gives you a crazy amount of XP, and by crazy, I mean it’s absolute MADNESS!
For example, I had purchased like 7-10 games after the Lunar Sale along with a huge playtime in games like CS:GO and Rocket League (with a lot of achievements), owing to the collection of a huge amount of points, that I converted to tokens immediately. After getting around 30,000 tokens (Yes I did have that many) I simply upgraded my badge. In less than 5 minutes, I literally JUMPED from level 25 (Overall Steam Level) to Level 58.
Not only is this super erratic and unfair to people who purchased and collected tons of cards to level up, but it ALSO WILL CRASH the entire card trading market on Steam. The prices will dunk, and people will be able to level up on Steam without any effort.
Another bug was found using the game Starbound, and modding
a quest – “Drink a Soda” – and with this mod, you can craft a huge amount of
sodas and using autoclicker – just consume it to get points.
Within minutes, you’re able to generate thousands of points,
for instance, the mod converts 1 dirt block to 500 sodas. Just convert 10
blocks – Get 5000 sodas. And each soda consumed gives you 10 points in the
Summer Games. So, you get a total of 50,000 points. You see what’s happening
Well, you can use this bug to your advantage before it gets
patched – and go get those Steam Levels!
Thanks for reading this article, see you again very soon!