Steam Black Friday 2013 Sale Starts Now!

It’s that time of year again folks where everyone sits down to eat as much turkey and pie as they can without passing out. It’s also the time of year when everyone risks life and limb to get the very best deals they can. That’s right, Black Friday 2013 is almost upon us, and the online sales have already begun.

Keen not to be left out and equally keen to ensure its title as chief source of top online gaming deals, Steam has today started its own Autumn sale. Day One is officially a go, and a whole host of both daily and flash deals are live, with new ones swapping in and out on a daily basis.

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As things stand, the games currently on sale via Steam are:

Daily Deals:

Antichamber – $4.99/£3.74 (-75%)
Left 4 Dead 2 – $4.99/£3.74 (-75%)
The Walking Dead – $6.24/£5.24 (-75%)
Prison Architect – $14.99/£9.99 (-50%)
Outlast – $6.79/£5.09 (-66%)
Rogue Legacy – $5.09/£4.07 (-66%)
Terraria – $2.49/£1.49 (-75%)
Sleeping Dogs – $4.99/£3.99 (-80%)
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – $7.49/£3.74 (-75%)

Flash Sales:

Space Hulk – $10.19/£7.81 (-66%)
Castle Story – $13.39/£10.04 (-33%)
Hammerwatch – $3.49/£2.37 (-66%)
Crysis 2: Maximum Edition – $7.49/£6.24 (-75%)

As you can see, the sale is already off to a flyer with some titles seeing price reductions of up to 80%. Sleeping Dogs may not be the newest of titles on Steam, but at less than $5 can you really afford to turn it down? Assuming you don’t already have it of course!

Steam 2013 Black Friday Sale

Crysis 2: Maximum Edition at $7.49 is also well worth a look, and Terraria is an equally popular game that’s being offered for peanuts.

There are sure to be plenty of other titles at silly prices as the sale progresses, so it’s perhaps wise to not go splashing all of your cash in one day. That being said, it’s never easy to ignore a bargain, especially when it’s game related.

Steam is already known for having some monumental sales, and this year’s Autumn Sale promises to be no different. It’s off to a great start, so let’s cross our collective fingers and toes and hope that it just goes from strength to strength.

(source: Steam)

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