Steam Winter Sale 2017 Is Just Around The Corner

It is almost time for the last huge Steam sale of this year and players can expect to find offers on lots of big titles. The Winter Steam sale comes at the best time for players who have leftover money to spend following the festive holiday season. There’s already been a range of great bargains on the platform throughout the year and the winter Steam sale is anticipated to begin on Thursday 21st December and end on Thursday 4th January 2018.

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Valve has yet to confirm precisely when the Winter sale will start, however, the dates does match up to previous years. It is not yet known exactly what deals will be on offer during the Winter sale, but players can expect lots of great bargains, based on the latest Steam Sales back in October and November.

Recent sales have seen popular title such as Grand Theft Auto V, Doom, Shadow of War and Rocket League receive huge discounts.

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