Around Black Friday 2021, Steam will start the big autumn campaign 2021. Valve’s download platform will also attract thousands of game deals from all genres for this year’s autumn sale. The list of PC games on offer is therefore mixed. In the deal you will discover New World for 29.99 euros, Humankind for 39.99 euros and Hades for 14.69 euros. There are also offers on Grim Dawn (6.24 euros), Road 96 (15.96 euros), Outer Wilds (12.59 euros) and Disco Elysium: The Final Cut (19.99 euros).
The open-world action Cyberpunk 2077 is available in the Steam Sale for 29.99 euros in your game library – saving 50 percent. the DRM-free version is available at gog.com currently at the same price. The Steam Deals also include Age of Empires 2 Definitive Edition (9.99 euros), Monster Hunter World (19.79 euros), Timberborn (18.89 euros) and Yakuza: Like A Dragon (35.99 euros) Find. Steam keeps an overview of the offers at Website for the autumn campaign 2021 ready.
If you wish, you can also filter the game deals according to individual genres, including horror, role-playing games and action. Individual franchises are also on offer, such as Batman, Wolfenstein and Far Cry. As usual, the best games can be chosen again this year. With the start of autumn sales, the Nomination phase, the final vote is for the big winter sale around Christmas. You can currently find more game deals at GOG, in the Epic Games Store and on Amazon, among others.
Steam: Start of the autumn campaign 2021 – the deals
- Age of Empires 2 Definitive Edition (9,99 Euro)
- Astroneer (18.19 Euro)
- Cyberpunk 2077 (29,99 Euro)
- Death Stranding (17,99 Euro)
- Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition (17,99 Euro)
- Europa Universalis 4 (9.99 Euro)
- Green Hell (15,74 Euro)
- Hades (14.69 Euro)
- Humankind (39,99 Euro)
- Monster Hunter World (19,79 Euro)
- New World (29,99 Euro)
- Ori and the Will of the Wisps (9,89 Euro)
- Timberborn (18,89 Euro)
- Yakuza: Like A Dragon (35,99 Euro)
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