Steam Spring Sale offers discounts on games for Valve’s handheld PC, Steam Deck
Steam Spring Sale is officially underway, discounting a whole range of games for a week in March. Steam sales are always a hazard to our bank balances, but this sale has been targeted towards Steam Deck owners (or would-be owners) more than most. The sale itself runs from March 16 – 23 and brings the usual cavalcade of discounts to games across Steam’s mighty catalog. With so many games on sale, you’ll want to scour the sales page yourself to see if anything catches your eye, but we’ve picked out a few highlights below that are well worth looking over.
Discounts on Franchise and Popular Titles
There are also several franchise sales, including discounts on the full Resident Evil catalog ahead of the release of the Resident Evil 4 remake. Standout titles to pick up on the cheap include Vampire Survivors, Dead Cells, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Titanfall 2, and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales for those new to the Steam Deck. The Steam Deck is also ideal for playing digital board games, and games such as Concordia and Gloomhaven are both down 30%, while Wingspan and the versatile Tabletop Simulator are 50% off.
The Steam Deck Discount
The real star of the show, however, is the Steam Deck. In celebration of its first year of gaming, Valve’s handheld PC gaming machine is 10% off until the end of the Spring Sale. You can also check out the 100 most-played games on Steam Deck, the large proportion of which are currently discounted during the sales.
The Final Word
It’s a great time to grab Valve’s handheld PC and some of the best games for it. Head to the Steam Store page to find the full range of Spring Sale discounts. From Resident Evil to digital board games, the Spring Sale has something for everyone.
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