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The Steam Halloween Sale is live now with some scary-good deals – whether you’re looking for fresh horrors or just some new games to get you through to the holidays.
The sale kicked off today and will conclude on Monday, November 1, which is par for the course since Valve usually keeps its Steam sale dates for Halloween short and sweet. There aren’t any overarching minigames to play or special trading cards to collect, but there are a bunch of games to buy across all genres (which is good news for everybody who finds just looking at that eyeball rose creepy enough).
You can load up Steam on your account to get a set of personalized recommendations, but here’s a list of 10 discounts which you can’t miss – some are super deep in general, and others are surprisingly cheap given how new some of these games are. By the way, Deathloop is currently discounted too, though it’s doing its own thing rather than being part of the Halloween sale.
Days Gone for $49.99 $33.49Resident Evil Village for $59.99 $40.19Death Stranding for $59.99 $23.99The Sims 4 for $39.99 $9.99Cyberpunk 2077 for $59.99 $40.19Dead by Daylight for $19.99 $9.99Outer Wilds for $24.99 $14.99 (and its new Echoes of the Eye expansion for $14.99 $11.99)Inscryption for $19.99 $17.99Control Ultimate Edition for $39.99 $15.99Disco Elysium: The Final Cut for $39.99 $21.99Once the Steam Halloween sale wraps up on November 1, we won’t have to wait too long for more savings: the Steam Autumn Sale will kick off on November 24 with a whole new selection of discounts.
Make sure you cross-reference our guide to the best PC games if you want to make sure you get all the best bang for your buck in each Steam sale.
I got a BA in journalism from Central Michigan University – though the best education I received there was from CM Life, its student-run newspaper. Long before that, I started pursuing my degree in video games by bugging my older brother to let me play Zelda on the Super Nintendo. I’ve previously been a news intern for GameSpot, a news writer for CVG, and now I’m a staff writer here at GamesRadar.