Steam’s winter sale is live — here are the best games to get

Steam’s annual winter sale is live. If you’ve been meaning to buy some games, either for yourself or as a gift for upcoming holidays, now’s the time to take a look around. There are thousands of games up for sale in the Steam Store (and you can vote for the 2020 Steam Awards while you’re there).

While you’re browsing, the Epic Games store is also in the midst of its holiday sale. In addition to discounts of up to 75 percent, the sale provides endless $10 coupons — that is, you can apply one to a purchase (on “eligible games” priced at $14.99 and up), apply another to your next purchase, and so on. And the store will be giving away games for free until December 31st. As of this writing, the current freebie is Metro: 2033 Redux (usually $19.99).

Here are some of the best deals you can get from both stores. If you’re looking for more gaming discounts, we’ve rounded up the best deals of the week at Amazon, Best Buy, and other retailers right here.


Steam Winter Sale deals

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is on sale for $23.99, 40 percent off its original price of $39.99. This collection includes six classics including Halo: Reach, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, and Halo 4.

Also discounted is Disco Elysium, a top-down roleplaying game where you play a grizzled detective. Polygon’s Laura Dale wrote that the game has “enough charm to make just about everything else on the market look boring.” The game is normally $39.99, but is down to $23.99 through January 5th.

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