The 3 Biggest Companies in the Gaming World are All Having Huge Sales Right Now
Article by George Norman
On 30 Jun 2017
Valve, Sony and Microsoft, three of the biggest names in the gaming world, are currently offering big discounts on a ton of games.

If you do most of your gaming on a PC, you can get a ton of games for cheap via Valve’s Steam Summer Sale. If you like to play on a PS4 console, you should take advantage of the PlayStation Store Mid-Year Sale and get some new games for cheap. And if you’re an Xbox One gamer, then need to know that Microsoft’s Ultimate Games Sale has just kicked off.

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Valve’s Steam Summer Sale runs until July 5



To a lot of people, myself included, Steam is absolutely the best place to get games. Not because Steam is home to an impressive collection of titles spanning a wide range of genres, from action-packed shooters to mellow turn-based strategy games, but because you can often get new games for cheap. There are mid-week discounts, weekend discounts, as well as the annual Summer and Winter Sales.

The Steam Summer Sale kicked off on June 22 and will come to an end on July 5. During this time you can get plenty games for cheap, including big names such as GTA V, The Witcher 3, Nier: Automata, Rocket League Fallout 4, Dark Souls III, and more.

If you’re undecided and you don’t know what game to buy, here are the games that TotalBiscuit recommends. All the games in the video below are under $5.



I just hope that I’m going to have enough time to play all the games I want to buy during the Steam Summer Sale. My backlog is long enough as it is.


Sony’s PS Store Mid-Year Sale runs until July 11

Sony is celebrating the fact that 2017 is halfway done by running a Mid-Year Sale and offering discounts of up to 50% on a ton of PS4 games. The discounts are even bigger if you’re a PlayStation Plus Member, up to 75% off.

Here are all the PS4 titles that are on sale, as presented by the official PlayStation Blog.



Plenty of PS3, PS Vita, and PSP games are on sale as well.


Microsoft’s Ultimate Game Sale (for PC and Xbox) runs until July 10



Last year, Microsoft waited until the Steam Summer Sale was over. This year, they didn’t. The Ultimate Game Sale kicked off today, June 30th, and will run until July 10. More than 350 games, gaming hardware and accessories are discounted by up to 50% during the across the Microsoft Store, Xbox Store and Windows Store during the Ultimate Game Sale.

Accompanying the sale is the Ultimate Game Face Sweepstakes. Enter for a chance to win a one-of-a-kind Xbox One S console or an Alienware Aurora gaming PC.






Tags: Valve, Steam, Sony, PS4, Microsoft, Xbox, sale, video game, Steam Summer Sale, PS Store Mid-Year Sale, Ultimate Game Sale
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