Steam has a whole host of games on sale right now - all for different reasons. However, one strand connects the lot, and that's the huge price savings on big triple-A blockbusters, so if you've been hankering for an excuse to try Battlefield 5, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, or The Witcher 3, now's the perfect time.

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Below are some of the most noteworthy sales available right now:

  • Battlefield 5 - £5.49
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game of the Year Edition - £6.99
  • Destiny 2: Legendary Edition - £34.99
  • Assassin's Creed Odyssey - £12.49
  • Hunt: Showdown - £17.99
  • Cyberpunk 2077 - £33.49
  • Code Vein - £9.99
  • Left 4 Dead 2 - £1.43
  • Dying Light: Enhanced Edition - £10.49
  • Assassin's Creed Origins - £9.99
  • Kerbal Space Program - £7.49

A slew of Star Wars games are discounted as per EA's dedicated promotion. You can pick up Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order or Squadrons for only £17.49. While it had a rocky start, Battlefront 2 is available for £8.74 and it has landed itself a "Very Positive" rating on Steam with over 20,000 reviews total. That's a redemption arc that gives Darth Vader's a run for its money.

Star Wars Battlefront 2 Emperor Palpatine

Destiny 2 is free-to-play but the Legendary Edition, which is currently half price, gives you the Forsaken, Shadowkeep, and Beyond Light DLCs.

Otherwise, Icarus is available for pre-purchase at 10% off for £21.41 if you're itching for something new. It's an open-world survival game releasing on November 20 that supports up to eight players. It comes from Stationeers' Rocketwerkz.

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Whatever you pick - if anything, - there's a lot on offer right now in Steam's flash sales as well as EA's Star Wars celebration, so be sure to have a gander and see if anything tickles your fancy (have a look and see if anything piques your interest, for the non-Brits).

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