Lace up those gloves and pick up some skull-crackin' deals on the best fighting games on Steam, on now until November 16th at 10am Pacific! From 2D and 3D Fighters to Party Brawlers and Beat ‘em ups, the Fighting Game Sale comes in like a spinning piledriver with discounts on games like:
Dreadlands is Now Available on Steam and is 20% off!*
Welcome to Dreadlands! A perilous landscape brimming with potential in the form of Glow. Command one of 3 unique factions in this turn-based tactical RPG and play through their campaigns, be it solo or Co-Op, or battle it out in PvP. So far no one has tamed the Dreadlands. Will you be the first?
- Fixed The Last Stand's Village Scavenge map not having any weapons. - Recompiled common infected materials to fix visual errors on Linux. - Removed alarm glass from a non-alarm car. - Fixed Special Infected being able to trigger the helicopter flyover when leaving the bumper car building on Dark Carnival Barns. - c7m1 and c12m5: Fixed a few nav issues that caused tanks to get stuck. - c1m1: Marked all areas outside of building on ground as not allowing any spawns. - c11m5: Marked a few areas near the plane crash fire as no-threat to prevent tanks from spawning too close to the fire.
Get into the Halloween spirit with the Steam Halloween Sale, on now until November 2nd at 10am Pacific.
Reap ghoulish discounts on horror and Halloween-themed games across the Steam catalog. The sale also features other great games that have special Halloween-themed activities and updates that are happening during the Halloween Sale, such as:
Another month of Steam releases is in the books, so with this post we're excited to announce the Top Releases of September. As with past months, this list highlights the top 20 products released in September, measured by revenue generated during the first two weeks following release. We’re also showcasing the top 5 free-to-play products, measured by unique player count following release.
More fun with friends
Steam's Top Release lists are typically full of multiplayer games, but September's list stood out for the co-op variety in particular. With most of the games this month offering multiplayer support, 13 of them include co-op specific modes. Now more than ever, players appreciate the ability to connect with friends to share in their favorite games together. From jumping online for quick round of PES 2021 or Unrailed!, to assembling friends for a weekend-long gaming marathon with Marvel's Avengers, September's list features co-op experiences of all sizes and varieties. Perhaps the most essential co-op experience comes with September's runaway horror hit, Phasmophobia, where having a friend to share in the frightening experience is practically a necessity. If you and your friends are looking for more unique co-op experiences, check out September's full list below, along with the massive list of games in Steam's Co-op Hub.
September’s list also includes several highly anticipated installments from fan-favorite franchises. With almost half of the games this month being sequels or remasters, it was fun to pause and look back at some of the originals. The innovative dynasty simulator Crusader Kings was ahead of its time in 2004, but if you ask us, the newest version is the best yet. Then there’s Spelunky, which launched in 2008, influencing an entire generation of roguelike platformers. And how could we forget Serious Sam, which first invaded LAN parties nearly two decades ago. Ok, now we feel old.
Early Access completed
We'd also like to congratulate the developers and communities of Hades, Squad and Unrailed!. All three of these games made their successful version 1.0 launches in September after plenty of hard work and updates throughout Early Access. Their development stories are unique, but the theme is the same: the Early Access model creates a mutually beneficial relationship between players ready to jump in-game and developers eager to get feedback. Look no further than these community hubs to see how the dedication from players and developers made these 1.0 releases truly something to be celebrated.