As soon as the winter sale has ended, there are already numerous offers again at the weekly steam sale. Who should keep track of things? To make the selection easier, we have you ten game recommendations from role play to strategy put together, which are particularly worthwhile.
You can also find the current prices of the other shops in our price comparison table. Have fun browsing!
Recommendation of the week: It Takes Two
- Genre & Release: Co-op | March 26, 2021
- Discount & Price: 50 percent reduced | 20 instead of 40 euros
- Offer is valid until: 10. January
- Click here for the offer
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The surprise hit It Takes Two won no less than the coveted main prize “Game of the Year” at the Game Awards 2021 – and for good reason. The co-op game by Josef Fares uses the collaboration with your fellow players as creatively as it has since A Way Out no story game made it.
In addition, it throws you into a completely new genre of games every few minutes and gives you no chance to get bored. Every mechanism is superbly balanced and intuitive. Bonus: If you buy it once, you can get another player for free via Friend Pass. It Takes Two even softened the heart of our extremely critical author Sascha Penzhorn in the test:
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If you only buy one game in March, let it be It Takes Two
The most exciting offers of the week
In addition, there are some really good PC games reduced by up to 75 percent this week. These offers are particularly worthwhile:
- Cooking Simulator: Realistic cooking simulation with numerous recipes, a physics system and a huge kitchen to experiment with – and create chaos (50 percent discount until January 20th)
- Dead Cells: Popular Metroidvania platformer with Souls battles and unique style (50 percent off until January 10th)
- Endzone – A World Apart: Survival building game similar to Banished, in which you protect your village from fallout (50 percent discount until January 19th)
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In the end zone you build a bulwark against the fallout
- Expeditions: Rome: turn-based role-playing game in which you can decide the fate of ancient Rome (pre-order, 20 percent discount until January 20th)
- Medieval Kingdom Wars: Mixture of city building and real-time strategy in sea battles of the feudal Middle Ages (72 percent reduced until January 19)
- Song of Horror: Classic survival horror in the style of the old Resident Evils and Silent Hill with a gripping atmosphere (40 percent discount until January 19)
- The Unfinished Swan: Extraordinary story adventure from the makers of What Remains of Edith Finch (60 percent discount until January 7th)
- Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince: Unique fantasy platformer that lets you combine the magical abilities of your heroes to solve puzzles (75 percent discount until January 19th)
- Youtubers Life 2: Life simulation that will make you a great Youtuber (20 percent discount until January 19th)
Big sale at GOG too
You can currently find numerous heavily discounted games on GOG in the winter sale. Including some of the Steam offers, but also pearls like Hollow Knight 50 percent cheaper or the spiritual Silent Hill successor Tormented Souls reduced by 20 percent. You can find more about this on the Action page.
Price comparison at a glance
Here you can find the most exciting offers of the week in a clear price comparison with GOG, the Humble Store and Gamesplanet.
|Endzone – A World Apart||14,99€||29,99€||29,99€||26,99€|
|It Takes Two||19,99€||–||19,99€||19,99€|
|Medieval Kingdom Wars||14,99€||–||17,99€||15,11€|
|Song of Horror||17,99€||29,99€||–||–|
|The Unfinished Swan||4,99€||–||–||–|
|Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince||7,49€||29,99€||29,99€||26,99€|
|Youtubers Life 2||23,99€||–||–||–|
Is there something for you in the Steam Sale or the GOG Sale? Or do you have any other recommendations that are greatly reduced and are worthwhile? Then write us in the comments! We look forward to your recommendations.