The 2017 Steam Summer Sale is Happening Now!

Buy more games you'll never play!

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Hooray! It’s that time of year again where you reluctantly add more titles to your never-ending backlog of games that you’ll never play!

The 2017 Steam Summer Sale is happening now through July 5th, and will feature deep discounts on a variety of old and new PC games.

Steam’s servers are currently a little overloaded due to the initial influx of gamers curious to see if any of their wishlist items went on sale, so be patient and refresh a couple of times.

Here are some highlights we’ve seen so far:

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor — $3.99

South Park: The Stick of Truth — $7.49

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII — $9.99

Mafia III — $14.79

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series — $16.74

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare — $29.99

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands — $40.19

NieR: Automata — $41.99

In our opinion, the best value of the Steam Summer Sale comes from fun, low-cost indie games like SteamWorld Heist ($5.09) or Rise & Shine ($7.49). They’re stylish, innovative, and tons of fun. And because they don’t require a lot of time investment, you might actually finish the game!


Steam recently moved away from their Daily and Flash sale format, so if you see a game at a price you’re comfortable with, just go ahead and get it — it’ll be that price for the duration of the sale event.

What titles are you adding to your library? Let us know in the comments below!

>>Related: Stop Paying Full Price for Video Games!

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Andrew Chen

Editorial Content Manager Andrew Chen is a longtime PC gamer, an automotive journalist and an avid deal hunter. His first PC had an 80 megahertz processor with 4 megabytes of RAM, light years away from the powerhouse gaming rigs he builds today. You can follow Andrew's high-speed sports car adventures over at As a Slickdealer for over 10 years, nothing makes him more excited than getting a freebie! Chat with Andrew on Twitter: @slickdealsdrew

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