Steam has another sale going in honor of the Lunar New Year, and there are plenty of games, both new and old, that will look nice on a digital shelf. Everything from classics like Sea of Thieves to new games like Unpacking are available for a cheaper price from Friday until Feb. 3 at 1 p.m. ET.
The best deals from the Steam Lunar New Year sale
There are deals on everything from open world, strategy, puzzle games to and horror. No matter your preferences, the Lunar New Year sale will probably have something that’s just right.
Sea of Thieves – $26.79
Sea of Thieves has become a completely different game since it first launched in 2018. Multiple expansions, including new mechanics and stories, have made it the perfect game to jump into while hanging out with friends. If you’re a fan of tabletop adventures or role play of any kind, then this Rare-developed sandbox is a wonderful platform to try out a free form Pirate-themed adventure.
Inscryption – $15.99
Inscryption is a fantastic mix of horror and strategy. This rogue lite card battler has been praised by fans of the genre, horror lovers and critics from across the game industry. It’s one of the scariest games of 2021 as well.
Unpacking – $15.99
Unpacking is a relaxing experience where you unpack a boxes full of belongings with puzzle-like gameplay. A heartfelt story unfolds as you go from room to room. It’s a quick and light game for anyone who wants to try something off the beaten path.
Diso Elysium – $15.99
Often hailed as one of the greatest RPGs in recent memory, Disco Elysium is full of wit, reality and whatever else you could want based on your role playing tastes. This is the “final cut” version which includes voice acting for the entire game.
Guilty Gear Strive – $35.99
Guilty Gear Strive, a fantastic fighting experience with a burgeoning community, is currently on sale for a steep discount during the Lunar New Year sale on Steam. Not your style? Dragon Ball FighterZ is also part of the sale at only $11.99.
Rainbow Six Siege – $7.99
Looking to finally get into one of the best tactical shooters available today? Rainbow Six Siege is still going strong after launching in 2015. This, along with other FPS classics like Left for Dead 2, still have healthy player bases that won’t wither anytime soon.