If you haven’t completely sold your soul to the brick and mortar stores and find yourself with a little extra cash/time during the Holiday’s — the PC gaming sales are looking pretty solid as the year (and the sale) comes to a close. Earlier last week, Steam launched their highly anticipated 2015 Winter Sale with thousands of discounts site-wide. The sale runs until early January and we’ve decided to round up all the can’t miss “savings” from each respective retailer’s Winter Sales.
Nipping at Steam’s heels are a few other notable PC gaming winter sales like GMG and Origin. They don’t have a mammoth amount of discounts, but they do have individual deals that beat Steam Store. In the case of GMG, the best deal is undoubtedly Fallout 4 pricing in at 34% off, making the game only $39.84 for the PC Steam copy of the game.
Origin’s Holiday sale is great to check out for games that activate exclusively on EA’s Origin platform. While Battlefront was discounted for a limited time to $35.99 (the deal is unfortunately now over), there are still other games such as Dragon Age: Inquisition and Battlefield 4: Premium Edition being priced at only $20.
Green Man Gaming Winter Sale
- Fallout 4 (Steam) — $39.84 (list $60)
- Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar DRM) — $28.80 (list $60)
- Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide (Steam) — $20.40 (list $30)
- Pillars of Eternity Hero Edition (Steam) — $14.40 (list $45)
- Rocket League (Steam) — $11.20 (list $20)
- Wolfenstein: The New Order (Steam) — $7.20 (list $60)
Origin Holiday Sale
- Battlefield 4 + Premium (Origin) — $19.99 (list $50)
- Dragon Age: Inquisition (Origin) — $19.99 (list $40)
- Battlefield: Hardline (Origin) — $14.99 (list $30)
Steam Winter Sale