Steam Stealth Sale Discounts Far Cry 4, Invisible Inc, Mark of the Ninja, and More
Discounts will vanish on October 16.
Valve has launched a steam sale offering deep discounts on a selection of recent and classic stealth games. Highlights include Far Cry 2 and Far Cry 3, which are available for £2.49 and £3.74 respectively, while the more recent Far Cry 4 has been discounted by 33 percent and is listed as £20.99.
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Assassin's Creed Brotherhood is also available for £3.74, and Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag can be picked up for £5.43. Other Ubisoft offerings discounted include various Splinter Cell games--Blacklist being the most recent of them, priced at £3.74--and Beyond Good & Evil for £1.74.
On the indie side, Mark of the Ninja is available for £2.74, Gunpoint for £1.50, and Volume for £10.04. Those looking for some turn-based stealth can pick up Klei Entertainment's Invisible, Inc. for £8.99.
Ion Storm's critically acclaimed RPG, Deus Ex, is also listed for 99p. On October 13, Square Enix authorised and released a fan project to update the game by improving graphics and introducing new world details.
"Where other projects fill in detail around the edges of the game by tuning gameplay mechanics or improving textures, we focus on the visceral core of the Deus Ex experience, bringing new level design, aesthetic direction, and world-building detail," John French, lead at developer Caustic Creative, said in a statement.
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