Steam Weekend Sale Discounts Call of Duty Series Among Other Titles

Call of Duty Series

Steam weekend sale is now live and it is not one of the huge summer or winter sale but rather a quick way to buy some of your favorite games.

People who have already bookmarked their favorite titles would have received a notification, in case the particular game is on sale. Call of Duty is the big game that is being discounted in Steam weekend sale. Black Ops III, Advanced Warfare are now available for $30. The new Call of Duty Infinite Warfare is about to get launched by the end of this year.

If you have missed to check out these old games in the COD series, this could be the cheapest price for the moment. There might be better discounts during the Steam Winter sale expected to take place in the month of December. But, it is mandatory to wait three more months in order to buy games during the sale. Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3, Ghosts and Black Ops II are now available for $20.

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All the old games including Modern Warfare, World at War, original Call of Duty and Call of Duty 2 are priced at $10. The entire Black Ops bundle including all three games are being sold for $80. Modern Warfare franchise bundle is priced at $70 and there are many more bundles to check out at the Steam weekend sale.

Apart from COD series, Cities Skyline is at $7.50, Pillars of Eternity at $18 and the Stellaris at $32. Paradox has offered some great discounts on all their titles. Steam’s current sale is focused on shooters this time around. There are some pretty unbeatable deals at the moment like the Luftrausers at $2.50, Downwell at $1.50 and Enter the Gungeon at $9.

All the deals available will last till Monday. Superfight is a shooter that is available as free to play on Steam and throughout the weekend. The platform has acquired such popularity and is going on a strong note despite big titles like Battlefield and Assassin’s Creed being available only through their respective platforms.

You could also try Battlefield 1 open beta this weekend through Origin game distribution platform. Electronic Arts has published this game developed by DICE which is set during the World War I era. The beta is great way to know how the game feels before you decide to buy it for $60 when it launches next month.

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