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Now Playing: Is The Episodic Format Good Or Bad For Games? - Steam Punks

The online game seller Fanatical is having a sale right now on PC games for Steam. All you have to do is make your purchases from Fanatical, and you'll receive a code you can redeem in your Steam account. It's easy, and it can save you a lot of money compared to the standard price of these games on Steam. Let's take a look at what kind of deals Fanatical is running this week.

With the announcement of Hitman 2, you might want to go back and play through some of the previous games starring the adaptive assassin. Every game in the series is on sale right now, including the most recent, Hitman: GotY Edition, which you can get for $25. Normally $60, it comes with all of the levels that originally came out episodically, plus a bunch of bonus missions, Escalation Contracts, Challenge Packs, and more.

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Another upcoming title is Darksiders III, a sequel to a game that initially launched in 2012. If you're wondering what this series is all about, you can check out remastered versions of the whole thing in the Darksiders: Franchise Pack for just $7.50. It comes with the Warmastered Edition of the original game and the Deathinitive Edition of the sequel. (The games are good, so don't let the groan-inducing titles stop you from jumping on the deal).

Civilization VI is now out on iPhone and heading to Nintendo Switch next month, but the best deal on the game this week is right here, where it's on sale for $17.40. Other notable deals include Quantum Break for $10, XCOM 2 Collection for $34, and Kerbal Space Program for $17.60.

You can find more of our picks below, or view the full slate of deals here.

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