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They are already here steam summer sale. There is little more to add to such an earthquake for our portfolios: it is the time of year when we players take the opportunity to pile up titles of all genres in a promotion that will be active until next July 7. Although there will be flash offers and successive sales in the fifteen days that remain until then, these are, for now, some of the titles that you have to check yes or yes if you already have in your possession.

The best Steam sales

  • A Plague Tale: Innocence (€7.99): Tremendous discount and perfect excuse to remember the sinister adventures of Amicia and Hugo before their long-awaited sequel arrives, which will take us back to that Middle Ages in which a plague has wreaked havoc.
  • Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (€14.99). For many, the best installment of the saga, set in the times of Greek myths and squeezing all the possibilities of the formula.

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  • Devil May Cry 5 (€9.89). Very tempting price for an action game that has stopped being talked about but that a couple of years ago brought us back to the Capcom arcade in its purest form.
  • Death Stranding Director’s Cut (€27.99) Hideo Kojima gives his chest with this game that surprised by the deep connection it proposed between the outdoor adventure and the most murky intimacy. Years later, he is still fascinating.
  • DOOM Eternal (€15.99): FPS in its purest form: no plot or distractions, just requires reflexes, speed, aim and attitude. A descendant at the height of a video game that changed everything.
  • GTA V Premium Edition (€14.98): In the unlikely event that you haven’t immersed yourself in the classic yet, this attractive price (and the million euros that it includes for you to spend, plus all the extras and DLCs) is rather irresistible. And of course, with all the online included.
  • God of War (€39.99): The PC version lives up to its predecessor on PS4, a true landmark of the most spectacular action and mainstream that video games have given recently. Be careful, yes, if you have Playstation Plus, because it is among the gift games this month.
  • GRAY (€4.24). Conrad Roset achieved with this wonder one of the most praised indie games of recent times. An aesthetic and captivating brutality with an irresistible discount.
  • Hades (€12.59): A recent indie roguelike that has caused a real sensation, to the point of being the first video game to win a Hugo Award. Now you can immerse yourself in this tremendous adventure with unique aesthetics and well-studied mechanics so that you spend more hours than you really have.
  • Halo: The Master Chief Collection (€15.99): The first four games in the main ‘Halo’ saga at a downright attractive price for all the fun it offers. And a hundred multiplayer maps, hey.
  • NBA 2K22 Y FIFA 22 (€9.59 each): The two great icons of EA sports, both at a significant discount and brimming with game modes, sports realism and competition alone or with friends. If you like sports video games, they are offers that you cannot refuse.
  • Ori and the Will of the Wisps (€9.89). An essential indie with a metroidvania structure and a classic game spirit, but with animations and a combat system that will keep you in control for weeks.
  • Resident Evil Village by €29.99. The latest installment of Resident Evil accentuated the return to the saga’s survival horror origins, with a villain as memorable as Lady Dimitrescu and a unique setting. Perfect opportunity to hunt the game now that juicy extra content is coming, such as the possibility of returning to the third person.
  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (GOTY Edition, €29.99): FromSoftware to the nth degree with a game that has all the difficulty, preciousness and excellence in the mechanics of the company’s classics.
  • Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (€9.99). With the sequel in the offing and more than one fan wanting to wipe away the bad taste of ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’, this is one of the best options to rediscover the best of the Star Wars games.

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  • Unravel Yarny Bundle (€7.48). The two titles of these delicious cooperative adventures, with a unique aesthetic that has helped to modulate very fashionable mechanics in current games and that offer experiences far from the noise and fury of Triple A.
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (€5.99): Another doubtful you don’t have, but just in case: CD Projekt Red’s all-time classic, at a price a wizard won’t miss.
  • Yakuza: Like a Dragon (€26.99): The latest installment of ‘Yakuza’ is a spectacular hole of hours. A thousand possibilities to wander around the city and more polished and surprising mechanics than ever.

They are already here steam summer sale. There is little more to add to such an earthquake for our portfolios:…

They are already here steam summer sale. There is little more to add to such an earthquake for our portfolios:…

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