Have You Wondered How Much You’d Save If You Bought Every Game in the Steam Sale?

Have you ever thought to yourself, “How much would I actually save if I bought every game in the Steam sale?”. Probably not, but in case you have, we can confirm that you will save a lot of money, but you’ll also need to spend a lot to be able to purchase every game that has been discounted.

Thanks to Finder.com.au, who took the time to crunch some numbers, they revealed that there are 6,908 games being discounted in Steam’s sale right now. If you were to purchase every game on sale, it would cost you a staggering $44,357.91. It’s not that much, right?

Well, just in case you do happen to have just under $45k floating around in your back pocket as change, you will actually make a saving of $60,425.08 if you bought every game on sale. The total value of the games on sale is $104,782.99.

Some of the best deals you can grab on Steam right now include Mafia III which is 30%, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare which is discounted at 33%  as is the hugely popular Stardew Valley.

Doom is also looking pretty tasty with a whopping 67% discount, whilst Dying Light and Rainbow Six: Siege are both 50%, respectively. If that’s still not enough for you, Grand Theft Auto V and The Division are also 50%.

For all the data as well as a full list of every single game on sale including their original price, discount, money off, and the price you pay, head on over to Finder.com.au. A word of warning, there are a lot of games to search through…

You have until November 29th to grab some bargains in the Steam sale.

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