Steam's Free Weekend Game Revealed Alongside Steep Discounts

Dark Souls 3, Dying Light, and Dragon Ball Xenoverse are among the games discounted on Steam this weekend.

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Steam is hosting a free promotion for Sniper Elite III this weekend. From now until Sunday at 1 PM PT, you can download it for free and play as much as you like.

The WWII action game also sees huge discounts all weekend. The game on its own costs $10, but you can get it bundled with the season pass for $17.50--the season pass on its own is $10.20. Additionally, if you want all three of the mainline Sniper Elite games, you can pick them up for $20. These sales last until Monday, October 10, at 10 AM PT

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The free weekend promotion is joined by discounts on Dying Light and all of its DLC. Everything is 50 percent off, which brings Dying Light: The Following - Enhanced Edition's price down to $30. Additionally, there's a Bandai Namco publisher sale happening that has games like Dark Souls III for $39, Project Cars discounted to $15, and Dragon Ball: Xenoverse for $12.50. You can also pick up Dark Souls and Dark Souls II for $5 and $10 respectively. Check out the rest of the sale here.

The next game in the Sniper Elite series is coming in 2017. GameSpot got the opportunity to check Sniper Elite 4 out at E3 2016. You can read our preview of the game here.

Sniper Elite III received a score of 6/10 in GameSpot's review. Critic Josiah Renaudin said, "I often found myself cursing the more frustrating elements of Sniper Elite III. Broken matchmaking, and half-baked stealth sequences shouldn't be this incessant in a series that's just reached its third outing. But it's almost too easy to forget all of these head-scratching issues when that bullet makes contact with someone's cranium. It's a shallow, crude pleasure, but the delightful disorder that's just around every corner is strong enough to overshadow an otherwise forgettable experience."

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