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Steam's Summer Sale offers discounts on 'Fallout,' 'Sonic' and more

It only lasts until July 5th.
Rob LeFebvre, @roblef
June 21, 2018
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Steam holds seasonal sales throughout the year, offering decent discounts during certain dates in Autumn, Winter and Summer. It's definitely time for the most recent sale, just a day after PUBG got its first deal ever on the game distribution service. Dubbed the Intergalactic Summer Sale, which runs from June 21st through July 5th, the discounts will net you tons of games from 20 to 85 percent off their regular price, including titles from the Fallout franchise, Ni No Kuni II and Where the Water Tastes Like Wine.

Other titles with steep price cuts include Crypt of the NecroDancer, coming in at $2.99, an 80 percent discount. The Sonic franchise is on sale for up to 85 percent off (Sonic the Hedgehog 4, Episode I and II are both on sale for $3.39) and Thimbleweed Park is down 40 percent to $11.99. Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-Ality ($14.99) is half off its regular price, as is Halo Wars, which will only run you $9.99 during the sale. We've reached out to Steam for the full list of available discounts and will update this post if we hear back.

As long as you're looking for those hidden gems and discounts for games you've always wanted to try, you might also pick up a Steam Link box, which is also 95 percent off at $2.50, and play all the new games you just bought on your big TV.

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