Weekend PC Download Deals for 9/14: Bohemia Interactive Steam Sale

Steam is offering up the best from Bohemia Interactive, including Arma 3 and all of its DLC. Meanwhile, the Humble Store is offering almost everything else as part of its Summer Sale Encore.


Steam overloaded on free weekends last week, so there aren't really any games offering up weekend free trials this time around. However, Steam is offering up a handful of deals on the Assassin's Creed franchise, along with everything from Bohemia Interactive. That includes everything from the Arma series and all of the DLC from Arma III.

If you're someone who can't bear to see summer come to an end, the Humble Store appears to be right there with you. They're keeping summer going just a little bit longer with the Humble Store Summer Sale Encore, in which just about everything not nailed down is on sale. That includes everything from the major gaming publishers, as well as the best from the indies.


Here's our selection of this weekend's PC deals:


  • Come back next week for more deals from Amazon.





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Humble Bundle

Subscribe to Humble Monthly for $12 and receive Overwatch, with more games added every month. Stay subscribed for the following two months to receive additional Overwatch Loot Boxes. This game activates on the Blizzard App.

Pay $1 for Oxenfree, AER: Memories of Old, Inventory Pro, UFPS: Ultimate FPS, and FlowCanvas. Pay more than the average $12.50 to get Wasteland 2: Director's Cut, The Final Station, Last Day of June, Realistic Effects Pack 4, Ultimate Game Music Collection, and GameFlow. Pay $15 or more to also receive Torment: Tides of Numenera, Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, Discover Unity Game Development - From Zero to 12 Games, uMMORPG, Heroic Fantasy Creatures Full Pack Volume 1, Universal Sound FX, and Gaia. The games activate on Steam, while the apps activate on Windows and Mac.


Ubisoft Store


As well as regular discounts, Steam has a couple of additional weekend deals.

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