When is the Next Steam Sale
The Steam Summer Sale 2021 is fast approaching. Valve’s digital distribution service hosts plenty of sales throughout the year, but the Steam Summer Sale is arguably the pick of the bunch. Last year’s Steam Summer Sale offered plenty of incredible money saving deals, such as Payday 2 for just 74p and the brilliant Hollow Knight for £5.49.
And from the looks of it the next Steam sale could be just around the corner.
Valve typically don’t announce the dates for their next Steam sales in advance, but leaks have indicated when the Steam Summer Sale for 2021 will be.
Back in April the Steam Database Twitter account revealed when the Steam Summer Sale 2021 could be.
The @SteamDB Twitter said Valve had sent out e-mails to partners which announced the Steam Summer Sale 2021 dates.
And according to this leaked information the big Steam sale will kick off on Thursday June 24.
At the time the @SteamDB Twitter posted: “Valve sent out an email to partners announcing the @Steam Summer Sale 2021 dates, confidentially of course.
“Since the partners already leaked it, the sale will run from June 24th until July 8th.”
And in a recent update the Steam Database Twitter gave a start time for the next Steam sale.
The @SteamDB Twitter added: “Steam Summer Sale 2021 starts next week on June 24th at 10am PST (17:00 UTC).”
For those in the UK that’s a start time of 6pm BST on Thursday June 24.
In the meantime, as Steam users wait for the Steam Summer Sale to start they keep themselves busy with plenty of free demos to try out.
The Steam Next Fest (formerly known as the Steam Game Festival) is running right now, offering Steam users the chance to play a bunch of demos for free.
Speaking about the Steam Next Fest, Valve said: “Celebrating upcoming games, all week long. Six days, hundreds of demos, oodles of livestreams.
“We’ve renamed the Steam Game Festival to more directly communicate its focus: Announcing Steam Next Fest, a multi-day celebration of upcoming games.
“Explore and play hundreds of game demos, watch developer live streams, and chat with the teams about their games in progress, coming soon to Steam.”
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