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Steam Halloween Sale and Two More Steam Sale Dates Leaked

As is tradition, the date for Steam Halloween sale has leaked and this time, two more Steam sale dates leaked with it. PC gamers everywhere can now mark their calendars and book appointments for some pre-sale therapy for their wallets, as next week, the Steam Halloween Sale from Valve will start.

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Multiple developers who have games on the platform have posted the sale dates as reported by SteamDB. Valve organizes these sales with developers that have titles on the platform so the leaked Steam sale dates are pretty much set in stone. Check out the dates for the next three sales below.

  • Halloween Sale: October 28 – November 1
  • Autumn Sale: November 26 – December 3
  • Winter Sale: December 19 – January 2

As you can see above, the Halloween Sale kicks off next week, on 28 October 2019. However, it will only run for three days and right now, we don’t know if we can expect a trading card system for the sale as it only runs for a short time. Then, there are two more Steam sale dates in for the Autumn Sale and the Winter Sale, with the latter being by far the longest and possibly biggest of the bunch.

For those who play games like Dota 2 or CS: GO and are strapped for cash, one thing I always recommend is to sell those unwanted items a few days before a sale starts for some extra cash in your Steam Wallet. At the time of writing, Valve has not officially confirmed the dates of these sales, but a leak like this happens every year. Interestingly, “3” sales leaked, the first one will only run for 3 days. Half-Life 3 confirmed?

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Which games do you hope to pick up during the Steam Halloween Sale, Autumn Sale or Winter Sale? Let us know in the comment section below.

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