The best Steam Spring Sale deals

By Olivia Richman


Mar 14, 2024

Reading time: 2 min

The Steam Spring Sale has kicked off, allowing gamers to get some popular titles for less until March 21. You’ll see some of your favorite games on sale. Here are some of our favorites.

Baldur’s Gate 3


Baldur’s Gate 3 is the most popular game of 2024, an RPG inspired by Dungeons & Dragons full of tough battles, intense storylines, and make out sessions with companions. This is one of the first discounts on the game since it came out last year.

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth


This wacky game has it all. Its intense turn-based RPG is full of innovative weapons but you can also do wacky side missions and arcade games. Now you can take on rival games — and recruit bad guys on your team — for a discounted price.

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Street Fighter 6


Perhaps the most popular fighting game right now, Street Fighter 6 is a great competitive title with plenty of fast-paced fighting, a fun story mode, and iconic fighters. If you want to get into fighting games, now is the best time. Discover SF6’s noob-friendly control options and save some cash at the same time.

Diablo 4


This is the lowest Diablo 4 has ever been so definitely grab a copy if you’re into dark storylines and tough action. Build your character and fight monsters in a burning hellscape as you attempt to rid Sanctuary of evil. Hopefully you can make it out alive.

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Lies of P


If you want to torture yourself with insanely tough gameplay — but want to do it in a dark, twisted world inspired by Pinocchio — this is your chance. Lies of P has some of the hardest bosses to beat and some fun gameplay puzzles hidden throughout its eerie world.



Cocoon was called the Best Debut Indie Game at last year’s Game Awards for its stylish visuals and challenging puzzles. It’s been getting a lot of buzz so if you’re a fan of games like Limbo and Inside, use this Steam sale as an excuse to try it out.


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