Steam Lunar New Year 2020 Sale is Live with Plenty of Deals

Valve has just authorized the Lunar New Year sale on its most popular digital reseller platform, Steam. As Lunar New Year celebrations begin to arouse across the globe, Steam is here to escort the gaming needs with a bountiful, yet another winter sale. Nevertheless, it’s the first Steam Sale of 2020, and it offers plenty of surprises to everyone.

Games that have managed to shatter the expectations and provide the fans with lots of fun throughout the whole of 2019 are among the list of generous discounts. It appears that Valve has elevated the discount proposals with essential titles and as original counterparts to those with shallow wallets.

Steam’s Lunar New Year Sale is now live, and it will be so until January 27th, 10 AM PST. That’s plenty of time for you to decide on the next video game acquisition on Steam if any desires exist.

As usual, Valve is known for offering various activities whenever there’s a Steam sale. This time, to comply with the Chinese New Year theme and tradition, Steam consumers will have an opportunity to open a red envelope throughout each day. Opening an envelope will grant the consumers with Year of the Ray Tokens. They can be spent on acquiring seasonal items in the Lunar New Year Night Market

Now back to the games. Some of the most successful titles in 2019, games such as A Plague Tale: Innocence and Disco Elysium, are among the list. Even Frostpunk’s latest expansion is among the list of surprises, which can be acquired by purchasing the Forstpunk Season Pass Bundle for $24. Destiny 2 doesn’t stall behind too. Instead, it can be bought for only $37, in a package with the Shadowkeep and Forsaken expansions also.

For more info, make sure you visit the Lunar New Year Night Market and observe all of the discounted listings in the repository.

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