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Over on the Steam store Valve are running an Open World Sale full of games that let you run around and go exploring. Although, as usual, there's plenty included in the sale that you wouldn't expect.

Looking for something to get your through the weekend, next week or the next month? Maybe they have what you want. Your wishlists are probably nice and full right?

How about some ideas to get you started? If you're after the latest and "greatest" for AAA to run in Steam Play Proton then you probably already know what you want. For those that don't, here's some picks to take a look at which support Linux both new, old and still in development (Early Access):

Check out the Open World Sale on Steam.

The sale runs until May 31 at 10am PST / 5pm UTC.

If you pick up something that you think is awesome, be sure to shout about it in the comments. Give over your latest recommendations to fellow GOL readers. Also, don't miss that Company of Heroes 2 is free.

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Tags: Game Sale, Meta, Steam
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KohlyKohl 28 May
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Finally picked up SPAZ 2 and Metro Exodus
denyasis 29 May
Quoting: ElectricPrismIn essence you could say I spend THOUSANDS of dollars to _NOT_ use WINDOWS

I like this.

Also..
Quoting: ElectricPrismHell I threw a thousand at Valve just to buy a Index when I'm not a VR person,...
...

Wanna throw me a band while you're at it?

I use Linux because in 2008 I was building an entertainment center PC and was testing it using Linux (to avoid license registration hell) and was setting up the surround sound. I needed to test the speakers. I cat'ed the CPU's random number generator to the soundcard. Voila.. soft static coming from every speaker and the sub. So I could check wiring and speaker placement without running around. Do that in Windows.


Lastly. These prices seem pretty typical for when these title go on sale? I have a few on wishlist and not to be mean, but I'm not seeing any thing exceptional. Or am I missing something?
Beamboom 29 May
I bought a game nobody has mentioned: Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2! It's primarily for my daughters but those games really are good. Lots of humour and really fun to explore and complete once the maps are unlocked.
mrazster 31 May
The whole X4 series.
The whole Arma series
Elderscrolls On Line
The Euro Truck Simulator
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