The Steam Summer Sale; a legendary event for gamers all over the world to obtain treasured copies of amazing games at the lowest of prices. Many might have felt turned off over the fact that Valve shied away from Daily Deals and Flash Sales during the Summer Sale as a whole, instead opting for a “what you see is what you get” approach, but it still doesn’t take away from the fact that Steam is the place you’ll only ever find amazing deals on AAA games and their Steam codes.
With that said, to increase your chances of getting the best deals and your money’s worth, we hunted down 10 game bundles that you’ll absolutely love to have. Some of these can be so ridiculous that it might not seem real – but believe us; they’re as real as real can be!
Just as an addendum, these bundles will even discount from the price if you already have a game’s Steam keys found in the bundle. The amount you pay will be even LESS than what it already is. Now, take a gander and get to buying because the sale ends on the 4th of July!
10 Bundles and Their Steam Keys
1. Deus Ex bundle Steam Keys
Made up of the original Deus Ex, Deus Ex: Invisible War, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and Deus Ex: The Fall, the entirety of the Deus Ex bundle is crazily amazing that it hasn’t let up as a strong seller this Summer Sale. This is Deus Ex: One of the best franchises to ever grace the gaming landscape and it’s going for the extremely low price of $8.24. How is this something you are not buying yet? If anything, this is the best time to purchase the franchise if you haven’t gotten into it yet as the next Deus Ex game, Mankind Divided, is coming out in August. Get to know it, now!
2. The Witcher Trilogy Bundle Steam CD Key
The Witcher. Enough said. Well, maybe there’s a bit more to say about it. The original Witcher wasn’t exactly a groundbreaking release from the relatively unknown CD Projekt Red at the time, but it slowly became a household name one Witcher 2 came around, and the finally solidified itself upon the release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
Made by an obscure Polish developer, an new IP, and basically a world we’re all not used to, it’s amazing how the Witcher pulled itself through the muck of the unknown and made itself one of the best franchises the world has ever known. If you haven’t caught up with the story of the past game or are interested to get into the world of the Witcher, The Witcher trilogy Steam CD key goes for a meager $26.52 compared to purchasing Wild Hunt alone for $40. Not to mention that there’s this $20 deal for the Witcher 3’s amazing DLC, Blood and Wine, so it’s definitely a no brainer to buy the bundle.
3. Turn-based Strategy Bundle Steam Codes
Steam has also packaged similar games together to create themed bundles around specific genres. Most slip in a full-priced game or two and the occasional stinker, but a couple stand out from the crowd.
The $39.82 turn-based strategy bundle, which includes The Banner Saga, Invisible Inc., Hard West, Gremlins Inc., and Thea: The Awakening. That’s a great lineup, and you’ll save 10 percent more than if you purchased the games separately.
4. JRPG bundle Steam Keys
This is a similar bundle for Japanese RPG fans, with Valkyria Chronicles, Tales of Zestria, Disgaea PC, Agarest: Generations of War, and Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 collectively selling for $42.88. Valkyria Chronicles alone makes this a worthwhile bundle due to its status as a modern classic. Throw in there the raunchy Agarest and Hyperdimension Neptunia, along with another modern classic in the form of Disgaea, it’s really hard to go wrong with this.
5. Hotline Miami combo pack Steam CD Key
Hotline Miami is a glorious, pulsing, neon-dripping homage to over the top violence, decked out in retro aesthetics. The mix of brutal, fast-paced action and intoxicating audiovisuals activates something in your monkey brain that compels you to play just… one… more… time—even if the story makes no damned sense.
During the Steam Summer Sale, the Hotline Miami combo pack offers bothHotline Miami and Hotline Miami 2 for just $5. There’s no extra bundle discount in play, but for $5 for two great games, who cares?