Doom Sees a Big Discount in New Steam Sale

Doom is discounted by 50 percent, alongside the rest of the franchise.

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This year's Doom is currently discounted on Steam, alongside the rest of the seminal franchise. You can pick up the outstanding first-person shooter and its predecessors for 50 percent off.

Doom is currently on for $30, while its DLC, Unto the Evil, is discounted to $10. Additionally, you can get the game in a bundle with a Steam Controller for $60, down from the regular $110. Doom received a score of 8/10 in GameSpot's review for its "satisfyingly chaotic combat."

You can also pick up two different versions of Doom 3: the original release and the BFG Edition. The original comes with the game and its Resurrection of Evil expansion pack for $5, while the BFG Edition costs $10 and includes the first two games and a remastered version of Doom 3.

If you want to pass on Doom 3 altogether and just get the original games, they're set at even lower prices. You can pick up the Doom Classic Complete bundle--which has Final Doom, Ultimate Doom, Doom II, and the Master Levels for Doom II--for $7.50. Alternatively, you can buy these games on their own, except for the Master Levels, for $2.50 each.

In addition to the Doom franchise, Steam currently has sales on The Witness for $26.79 and a handful of Ubisoft games. Valiant Hearts: The Great War, Child of Light, and I Am Alive are on for $3.75 each, while Cloudberry Kingdom, Flashback, and Mad Riders cost $2.50 apiece.

PS4 players are also able to pick up Doom for $30 this week. You can see all of this week's PS4, PS3, and Vita deals here.

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