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The best Steam Summer Sale deals on 2022 games

Ghostwire Tokyo

One of many games overshadowed by Elden Ring early this year. Tango Gamesworks' action adventure game, set on the spooky, demon-infested streets of Tokyo, is a good grab at 50% off its launch price from March.

 $29.99 / £24.99 (50% off)

Monster Hunter Rise

Capcom streamlined Rise's hunts down to pure action, making this the most approachable Monster Hunter ever. The Sunbreak expansion lands on June 29, so this lowest-ever price is especially timely.

 $30.59 / £25.49 (49% off)

Dying Light 2

Grappling hooks and gliders combined with parkour make the massive zombie-filled city a crunchy, skull-cracking delight to explore, especially with friends in co-op.

 $39.99 / £36.66 (33% off)

God of War

Sony brought its best to PC and it's now $10 off. This port has all the bells and whistles you could ask for, like DLSS and widescreen monitor support, and runs on middle-of-the-line machines.

 $39.99 / £31.99 (20% off)

The Stanley Parable: Ultimate Deluxe

This discount is the most straightforward thing about Ultra Deluxe, which recreates the confusingly hilarious meta adventure of Stanley while adding buckets of new features and locations.

 $16.74 / £13.39 (33% off)


Even at 10% off, Tunic asks for a bit more than the average indie Zelda-like, but it justifies its price with clever puzzles, incredible art, and a level of polish that outshines Nintendo's own Zelda remakes.

 $26.99 / £22.49 (10% off)


A physics-based, voxel-powered playground melded with a genius puzzle game. It's fresh out of early access with a full campaign and enhanced modding tools.

 $15.99 / £14.79 (20% off)

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