Looks like the dates have leaked out for two of the biggest sales of the year for PC gamers- the Autumn and Holiday sales on Steam.
Puzzled as to when you’ll be parting with oodles and oodles of your hard-earned dollars, dropping them on PC games that you’ll probably never play? Well wonder no more PC game fans, because it looks like Steam’s big Autumn and Holiday sale dates have (un)officially been leaked.
According to ShackNews, the Autumn sale is set to kick off on November 25th, which is this coming Wednesday, and will run through December 1st. While that’s a nice little appetizer, the main course is the Holiday Sale, and that looks to start on December the 22nd.
Unlike the Autumn Sale though, the Holiday Sale will run for quite a while, and last till January the 4th. That should give you plenty of time to rack up an impressive amount of buys, and probably a few little incentive bonuses as well, though we have no idea what those might be as of yet.
We might know what won’t be a part of either sale though, and that’s the daily and flash sales. Though it might seem very strange to those who shop these sales religiously, apparently Valve is doing away with the staple deals, instead highlighting specific deals on the main Steam store page for periods of 24 and 48 hours.
We’ll have to see what pans out ands what doesn’t as to the alleged change, so stay tuned and keep those credit cards ready.