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Mystery Vault Bundle Offers 20 Steam Games For 67 Cents Each

This new mystery bundle deal from Fanatical contains indie hits, AAA blockbusters, and a potential $100 coupon.


What's in the mystery box? That's a surprise, and possibly a great one, with Fanatical's new Mystery Vault Bundle. The new bundle lets you get up to 20 Steam games for $13.49 (67 cents per game). As for the included games, Fanatical curated a library of 250 possible games that range from indie darlings to blockbuster AAA hits.

You won't know which game you're getting until you open a vault, but Fanatical says that you can expect titles from a diverse range of genres, including action, immersive narrative sims, puzzle games, and more. 10 lucky bundle buyers will find $100 coupons in their vault.

The best value is the aforementioned 20 games for $13.49, but there are four other tiers: one game for $1, five games for $4.39, 10 games for $7, and 15 games for $10.29.

As an added bonus, you can keep an eye out for a different kid of hidden treasure, as there are 10 $100 coupons up for grabs.

It's worth noting that if you purchase one bundle, you are guaranteed to receive different games, but multiple purchases could result in duplicate copies of one or more games.

For another bundle option, check out the new Fanatical Favorites bundle, which lets you build your own bundle of up to five games for $12.

And if you're in the market for a gaming keyboard to use with the games you get in your bundle, 8BitDo's Retro Mechanical Keyboard is now available for $100. The Nintendo-inspired keyboard includes a wealth of customization options as well as a pair of big programmable action buttons. Meanwhile, Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth PC preorders are discounted at Fanatical.

For anyone looking for some cutting-edge hardware to play all these games on, the new Asus Z1 ROG Ally Windows handheld launched earlier this week.

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