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Get new Steam games each month with Steamcrate

Get up to $700 worth of new games each month for as low as $9.
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July 28, 2016
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Have you ever tried browsing for new games on Steam? It's a challenge. Sure, Steam has a huge collection of everything from indie platformers to triple-A first-person shooters. But trying to find a game worth your time and on sale can take a while--unless you have Steamcrate.

Subscribe to Steamcrate, and you'll get 10 Steam games delivered each month worth around $100 on average (but can be up to $700). With plans starting as low as $28.99 for three months, Steamcrate offers a tremendous return on investment for anyone looking to revamp their Steam Library.

With big titles like Mortal Kombat X, Bioshock Infinite, and Wolfenstein: The New Order finding their way into Steamcrates each month, you can trust you'll always have something to look forward to in each batch.

In addition to your monthly crate of games, Steamcrate subscribers are automatically entered into the Uber Crate giveaway each month. Packed with over $600 worth of Steam titles, the Uber Crate offers even more of a return on your investment if you're lucky.

For a limited time, Engadget readers can get serious discounts on these subscriptions to Steamcrate:

● A three-month subscription is now just $28.99 (normally $94.99)

● A six-month subscription is now just $54.99 (normally $184.99)

● A year-long subscription is now just $104.99 (normally $349.99)

If you're looking to breathe some life into your Steam library and experience an exciting way to get new games each month, head over to GDGT Deals and pick up the Steamcrate subscription that's right for you.

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