The Steam Summer Sale; the highlight of each and every Steam user to blow loads of their cash on Steam Keys, Steam redeem code, regular ol’ Steam codes, and pretty much anything else that’s up for sale. It’s as if to buy Steam games wasn’t a tempting thing to do on any given week on the platform.
Also, every year, PayPal blows the lid off Steam’s secret plans on when to do a summer sale by emailing their users who have histories with buying Steam games on their PP accounts. This year, however, Paypal has not only informed us of Steam’s incoming Summer sale starting on June 23rd, but it also seems to have the blessing of Steam itself to spread the news.
How do we think this so? Well, PayPal’s accompanying message of, “Now you know when it’s going to happen,” and “you can get ready for the savings.”
If this doesn’t indicate cooperation between the two companies, then nothing really will. So, it seems that the company was given the go-ahead this time around. The email makes reference to the exclusive nature of the reveal, and a tweet promoting the announcement tagged the official Steam account.
Steam Keys: Tons to Buy This Time Around
Like every year, the Steam summer sale has a MASSIVE collection of Steam keys up for grabs at the lowest prices Valve can afford to sell them for. It’s always this time around where Steam users end up very close to the median poverty line due to the tons of Steam codes they’ll be getting. It should also go without saying that PayPal is definitely going to be the safest and easiest way to shell out your hard earned cash for some games.
Personally, I’m hoping to snag a copy of Battleborn if it’s ever going to be included, however, it’s in my experience that Steam never puts a game up for sale if it was released just in the past two months, so that may be a bummer for me. Still, this PayPal and Steam partnership shows just how resilient the platform is and how it’s going to be here to stay for a very long time.