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Prepare your wallet for the next confirmed Steam Sale dates

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You may want to set aside some money and fill up that Steam Wishlist, as the next couple of big sale events now have their dates confirmed.

Instead of some kind of leak like what happened in previous years, Valve themselves are just giving out the dates to those who know where to look. On the Steamworks Documentation website, Valve has listed these sales:

  • Steam Halloween Sale - Oct 28 - Nov 1, 2021
  • Steam Autumn Sale - Nov 24 - 30, 2021
  • Steam Winter Sale - Dec 22, 2021 - Jan 5, 2022

Of course these are only the main Steam events. You can still expect to see daily and weekly deals, publisher events and all the usual extra sales that Valve allow during and in between these times.

I'm tempted to finally see what all the fuss is about with NieR:Automata with Proton or maybe get sucked into Wasteland 3. Then again, I might also build up my collection of VR games as there's quite a few that look good like Blade and Sorcery. What are you hoping will have a good discount?

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Defcon316 26 Oct
Thank you for the heads up, been waiting for the Halloween sales date for a minute
CatKiller 27 Oct
Quoting: scaineProbably the closest to a "scottish" jedi I'm gonna get!
Obi-Wan was Scottish until Anakin's transition to Darth Vader inexplicably made him English.
Hori 27 Oct
I have way too big of a backlog and way too little time to play it :P and money doesn't grow on trees, like it does at Valve.

Might grab some DLCs though, we'll see.
fogger 27 Oct
All the games on my wishlist have been there for 4+ years because the prices are never reduced more than 50-60% and the base base prices have not changed either. I'm waiting for a 75% deal before I would even consider buying them.
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