Steam Summer Sale 2019 start date and time leaks
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UPDATE: And we have lift-off. The Steam Summer Sale 2019 is now live. We had all the usual 502 gateway errors and server crushing we’ve come to expect from a new Steam sale, and now it’s business as usual.
Valve has opted to use this opportunity for a bit of a store redesign though, teasing the first of what we expect to be many changes in the coming weeks and months for the Steam store. Head on over to the home page and you can see a fairly snazzy new layout and some funky animations for the big titles. Valve has promised a full Steam overhaul will be with us shortly.
Aside from this, we’ve got the usual mountains of games on sale on Steam. It feels a bit trickier to actually navigate through these, to be honest, but just about everything on there seems to have a discount of some sort.
Sifting through it a little, South Park: The Fractured But Whole at £5 is definitely the cheapest that game has been, while Planet Coaster at £7.49 seems a bit of a steal.
Have you spotted any great deals on your travels yourself? Do let us know in the comments section below!
Original Story: 17-May-2019 – Steam Summer Sale 2019 start date and time leaks
The dates are in for the next Steam sale. The Steam Summer Sale 2019 will be kicking off in just over a month’s time, beginning on Tuesday, June 25th. The sale will roll on for two weeks and will last until July 9th.
Dates for the Steam sale were confirmed by Steam Database, a very reliable source for the comings and goings of the Steam store. These dates usually leak around the time developers and publishers are first informed of the potential sale dates, necessary in order for them to prepare their discounts.
The Steam Summer Sale is usually one of the two biggest Steam sales of the year alongside the Winter Sale. We can expect to see thousands of games discount over the course of the fortnight, so if you’re waiting for any particular games to go on sale then next is probably the time.
That’s if there’s anything to buy on this barren storefront, of course, what with Epic snapping up everything under the sun for the Epic Games Store. We’ll have to make do with the measly 12,000 games which will inevitably be on sale.
One final time then – the Steam Summer Sale 2019 begins on Tuesday, June 25th at 10am PT / 1pm ET / 6pm BST.