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Steam's Open World Survival Crafting Fest is live now

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The Steam Open World Survival Crafting Fest is live now showing off demos, discounts, upcoming games and much more in another event that will swallow up your time.

Running until June 3rd at 10am PT / 5PM UTC I don't think much explanation is needed for this event, you know the exact type of games that will be included right? There's masses of survival crafting games on Steam and plenty of them are included in the event.

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Some favourites you should definitely pick up, and these all have Linux support:

Want some other good choices under £7? Here's a few:

  • The Forest - 75% off (ProtonDB Gold / Steam Deck Playable)
  • Terraria - 50% off (Native Linux / Steam Deck Verified)
  • Necesse - 33% off (Native Linux / Steam Deck Verified)

Other quick picks:

  • Days Gone - 75% off (ProtonDB Platinum / Steam Deck Verified)
  • No Man's Sky - 50% off (ProtonDB Gold / Steam Deck Verified)
  • Pacific Drive - 20% off (ProtonDB Gold / Steam Deck Playable), newer title: never had a bigger discount yet
  • Palworld - 10% off (ProtonDB Gold / Steam Deck Playable), newer title: never had a bigger discount yet

Check out the event on Steam.

Be sure to comment some of your own suggestions that work great on Linux desktop and Steam Deck.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
Tags: Event, Misc, Steam, Valve
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denyasis May 28
I tried No Man's Sky in 2019 or 2020. It was pretty good. I must admit I bounced off Terreria pretty hard, but maybe the kids will like it. Both are great games!
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Quoting: denyasisI tried No Man's Sky in 2019 or 2020. It was pretty good. I must admit I bounced off Terreria pretty hard, but maybe the kids will like it. Both are great games!
I don't like Terraria either. I like Starbound more. But my kids do like Terraria a lot FWIW.
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