Focus Publisher Weekend - Steam Flies Focus' Flag for Five Days

What You Need to Know:

  • In the Focus Publisher Weekend, Focus Home Interactive has partnered with Steam to offer special promotions on the entirety of its game catalog. For five days, through September 11, Steam users can discover over 50 original Focus Home titles available at exceptional discounts.
  • On the menu this year, recent releases include action-RPG The Surge, which enthralled hardcore players with its original, fast-paced and visceral combat system, with even more content to come later this year. We also found stealth game Styx: Shards of Darkness, which saw the return of goblin Styx this year, receiving a warm welcome from players and press alike.
  • Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 fans will also find a wealth of games to dive into, with the recent release of Blood Bowl 2: Legendary Edition and the spectacular space battles of Battlefleet Gothic: Armada. There’s also the tactical, bloody combat of Mordheim: City of the Damned and the frantic first-person shooting of Space Hulk: Deathwing, which is building up to the release of its Enhanced Edition later this year with regular, free content updates for all owners of the game.
  • At the heart of a rich and varied catalog, players can also benefit from exceptional discounts on must-have titles including the Farming Simulator phenomenon, the role-playing games from Spiders studio, the strategy franchise Wargame, and some true gems of the indie scene with Seasons After Fall, Space Run, Shiness, and many more. Look forward to action-RPG Vampyr and Spintires: Mudrunner as well! Both are on pre-order to be sure to grab your copy.

Source: Official Press Release

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Now that's a plethora of games to choose from! Too many actually that I find it hard to even choose!

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Haven't you spent enough already this year Bombon? Wait until the end of the year or 2018 for the big guns!

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