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You can get up to $700 worth of new games delivered monthly for as low as $7.
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December 23, 2016
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While Steam's massive gaming library has something for everyone—from indie platformers to triple-A first-person shooters—finding new games to fit your taste without spending a small fortune can be a challenge.

Steamcrate can help you find great new games by delivering a "crate" of 10 games to your inbox each month, worth around $100 on average (but can be up to $700). A subscription typically costs around $30/month, but Engadget readers can save over 75 percent today and get plans starting as low as $7/month.

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

In addition to your monthly batch 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 save on these subscriptions:

Steamcrate offers a tremendous return on investment for anyone looking to revamp their Steam Library, so if you're looking for an exciting way to get new games each month, head over to GDGT Deals and pick up the subscription that's right for you.

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