[Jun 19, 2014, 1:29 pm ET] - Share - Viewing Comments
The eagerly awaited annual Steam Summer
has begun, along with the related
promotion. Here's word from
Steam Summer Sale is here! For the
next ten days, take advantage of huge savings throughout our store on thousands
of games. Check back often to see our eight-hour Flash Sales. You can even help
select what goes on sale with our Community's Choice Flash Sales.
More than a hundred products will be featured as Daily Deals throughout the
sale, with new deals popping up every 24 hours.
Today's Daily Deals include:
- Day Z 15% off
- Democracy 3 66% off
- Divinity: Original Sin
- Dead Rising 3 Prepurchase
- Far Cry 3 75% off
- Sins of a Solar Empire:
Rebellion 80% off
- The Witcher 2 80% off
- XCOM: Enemy Unknown
- Don't Starve 75% off
In addition to the sale is the bonus Steam Summer Adventure. Collect, trade, and
craft 10 Summer Adventure cards that can only be earned during the sale. Players
can earn in-game items, community rewards, and points for their team by crafting
badges throughout the sale. At the end of each day, the team with the most
30 randomly selected members of the winning team who contributed points by
crafting badges that day will win 3 games off their Wishlist. Players are
randomly assigned to one of five teams and through crafting can earn tokens
which grant bonus points, steal points from other teams, or switch the player to
a different team. All the details on how to participate in the Summer Adventure
can be found here.
The Steam Summer Sale will run from now until 10AM PDT, June 30th. Complete
information on Daily Deals, Flash Sales, Community's Choice and more can be
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||Re: Steam Summer Sale
||Jun 20, 2014, 16:58
|It's pretty much been solid polished for quite some time now, they just keep tweaking but it's been one of the best beta/EA experiences I've had -- from solid game-play, lots of meaningful patches / dev interaction, and a great community.
Hop on, try some vanilla 'classes', kill some stuff/play with the engine, go back and design your own classes, kill some more stuff, do even crazier engine stuff, all the while chattin with people and getting questions answered - easily will keep you going till release.
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