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Best Steam Deals


Best Steam Deals

The best Steam deals this week

While a great many of you might be thinking of romance this weekend, we're sure amid all of the roses and chocolates you're still keen to get some serious gaming done. With that in mind, cast your eyes over the following Steam-related deals.

Related: Best PC Games 2015

Counter Strike: Global Offensive

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Was £11.99

Now £5.99

Costing just £5.99, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is a thrilling update to the team-based online shooter that started it all over a decade ago.

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Counter-Strike: Source

Was £14.99

Now £3.74

In addition to Global Offensive, Valve is knocking 75 percent off the price of Counter-Strike Source this week, too.

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Was £39.99

Now 26.79

The game parents love to hate, Grand Theft Auto V is nevertheless one of the most immersive experiences in gaming, and can be purchased for just £26.79 this week.

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Was £49.99

Now £24.99

A fine entry to the action RPG genre, Wild Hunt was showered with accolades when it launched last year. It's on sale for £24.99 at the moment.

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fallout 4

Fallout 4

Was £39.99

Now £26.79

Another of 2015's big-hitters, Fallout 4 offers weeks upon weeks of entertainment, and is on sale right now for a more wallet-friendly £26.97.

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Tom Clancy's Rainbow 6 Siege

Was £39.99

Now £29.99

One of the newest games on this list, Rainbow 6 Siege has a tenner off at the moment - £29.99 down from £39.99.

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Elder Scrolls Skyrim

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Was £9.99

Now £2.49

An oldie but most definitely a goodies, Skyrim is the kind of RPG you can get lost in for months, and is on offer for just £2.49 – an absolute steal.

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Mad Max

Was £34.99

Now £11.89

Based on the Hollywood movie series of the same name, this amazing open-world adventure can be downloaded for just £11.89 right now.

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Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin

Was £29.99

Now £11.39

Brutal, punishing and one of the most rewarding experiences you can find on any gaming system, Dark Souls II will set you back just £11.39 right now - it's the perfect practice for the third game, which launches this year.

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November 26, 2015, 10:29 pm

Don't buy Elite Dangerous - it will not come with the new season updates, so you might as well wait for that and buy that as it will work without the original game! (assuming you want the updates, like planetary landings)


November 26, 2015, 10:53 pm

Ridiculously difficult game to get into as well with such a steep learning curve. The keyboard controls are also hideous. You're screwed if you don't have one of those £60+ joysticks.


November 26, 2015, 11:28 pm

Mad Max is going for £8.90 on cdkeys dot com. They have Witcher 3 for £19.99, GTA 5 for £20.49, Alien Isolation £12.99. TC's The Division (pre-order) and Just Cause 3 (also for pre-order) are all currently offered at £19.99 though you'll need to wait for release.

EA's Origin download service have reduced Dragon Age Inquisition to £11.24 with lots of stuff going on offer for Friday.

Ubisoft's Uplay have Battlefield Hardline for £16.74 but currently not a lot else it seems.

Actually, BF Hardline (Standard Edition) can be had for £9.99 on Origin...


December 18, 2015, 8:36 pm

Descent Upnderground is an Early Access game. Paying half-price to be a beta tester isn't such a great deal. I'll be interested in this game when it's ready though.

David Hollinshead

February 1, 2016, 11:19 am

Check out https://www.humblebundle.com/ (just over a day left) for a great deal on CIV 5, XCOM and Starships. All redeemed via Steam. I got all nostalgic over Pirates too.

Apis Bull

February 1, 2016, 1:49 pm

To be fair the original on the BBC was a right bugger to get into, I ended up using a save of someone else's who had docking computer as I never could get the manual dock right.

Apis Bull

February 2, 2016, 9:11 am

Space Hulk doesn't seem to be £1.89 seems to be £18.99, was going to get it, aren't now.

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