It’s spring outside, so it’s time for a little Sport – and if not in real life, then at least digitally. On Steam so find that these days Steam Sport Festival with big discounts instead – and EA also involved.
The small, thematically very limited sale takes place from May 15th to 22nd takes place and puts – who would have expected anything else with this name – countless sports games in the foreground. However, this is not limited to football and basketball, other sports are also included.
Steam Sport Festival – One week of deals
As usual for a Steam event, the seven-day festival offers a variety of offers and discounts. Since the list is usually quite extensive, here are a few recommendations:
FIFA 23 – 20.99 euros instead of 69.99 euros (70 percent discount)Football Manager 23 – 35.99 euros instead of 59.99 euros (35 percent discount)Session – 19.99 euros instead of 39.99 euros (50 percent discount)WWE 2K23 – 44.99 euros instead of 59.99 euros (25 percent discount)Hellish Quart – 11.54 euros instead of 16.49 euros (30 percent discount)Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions – 7.49 euros instead of 49.99 euros (85 percent discount)OlliOlli World – 17.99 euros instead of 29.99 euros (40 percent discount)Lethal League Blaze – 12.99 euros instead of 19.99 euros (35 percent discount)Windbreakers 2 – 11.99 euros instead of 19.99 euros (40 percent discount)Descenders – 6.89 euros instead of 22.99 euros (70 percent discount)Rollerdrome – 14.99 euros instead of 29.99 euros (50 percent discount)
If you are now wondering whether one or the other racing game is missing from the list, you are correct. Racing sport is apparently not part of the Sport Festival for Steam, which is why there are no separate offers in this direction.
Apart from the discount campaign, you can also pick up a free sticker every day. All you have to do is be logged into Steam and pick up your chat sticker via the festival page.
EA publisher sale
Although EA is also present at the sports sale in the form of FIFA and PGA Tour, there is also a publisher sale on Steam. As part of this, some EA games are cheaper and you can try Dead Space, which was only released in February, for free.
A few of the EA offers at a glance:
Lost in Random – 5.99 euros instead of 29.99 euros (80 percent discount)Mass Effect Legendary Edition – 14.99 euros instead of 59.99 euros (75 percent discount)It Takes Two – 19.99 euros instead of 39.99 euros (50 percent discount)titan fall 2 – 2.99 euros instead of 29.99 euros (90 percent discount)Command & Conquer Remastered Collection – 2.99 euros instead of 19.99 euros (85 percent discount)Fe – 4.19 euros instead of 16.79 euros (75 percent discount)Mirror’s Edge Catalyst – 1.99 euros instead of 19.99 euros (90 percent discount)
For racers, the EA Racing Mega Collection to be interesting. The package includes Need for Speed Heat, Need for Speed Payback, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Remastered, Need for Speed Unbound, Dirt 5 and Grid Legends at a price of 24.74 euros, which corresponds to a discount of 92 percent according to Steam. For comparison: Need for Speed Unbound alone currently costs 20.99 euros with a 70 percent discount.
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