Here's When Steam's Winter Sale Reportedly Starts

Just a few weeks to go before you can spend money on games you may never play.

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Steam's annual Winter Sale will begin on December 22, according to a report on NeoGAF, which Eurogamer separately confirmed. The sale period is said to run through January 2.

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2015's Steam Winter Sale also started on December 22 and ran until the beginning of January. Last year, the sale offered discounts on "thousands of games and software," while there were also Winter Sale-themed trading cards available exclusively during the sale period.

Since this year's Steam Winter Sale hasn't been officially announced yet, there is no word on specific offers or other details. We will have all of that information for you as soon as it's divulged.

In other news about Steam, recently discovered data from SteamSpy shows that games continue to be released on the platform at an astounding rate. According to the data, 38 percent of all Steam games in existence were released in 2016.

At the start of November, Steam launched a redesign, bringing new functionality and a new look to the storefront. Get all the details about the update here.

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