Square Enix has discounted a wide range of its recent and legacy Windows releases with a Steam sale this weekend. The promotional push is aimed at raising attention towards the impending release of Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition, which is prominently featured but not discounted. Still, lots of other games, and even other Final Fantasies, are being sold on the cheap.
The featured selection includes Nier: Automata for $30, Rise of the Tomb Raider for $19.79, Life is Strange: Before the Storm for $9.85, the recent Lost Sphear for $35, and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided for a whopping 80% off at $7.
If you’d rather catch up on some classics, several Final Fantasy games are discounted as well. Those include the SNES-era Final Fantasy IV and VI for $8 apiece, the Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster for $15, and most recently, the cute Pokemon-like World of Final Fantasy for $20. It also includes all three Final Fantasy XIII entries for $10 or below, so you could get the full set for under thirty bucks. An “Essentials” category features low prices on notable releases like Dragon Quest Heroes 2, Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition, and Life is Strange, among others.
Meanwhile, you can try the Final Fantasy XV PC demo if you’re on the fence about it. Square partnered with EA and Maxis to offer some Sims 4 goodies as well, in the form of silly costumes in FFXV and slightly more serious, zipper-laden outfits for your Sims. You can see the full list of discounted games on Steam.
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