Weekend PC Download Deals for Nov. 9: Klei Publisher Sale on Steam

To celebrate a new expansion for Don't Starve, the full Klei catalog is on sale right now on Steam.

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Klei and Steam would like everyone to avoid starvation once more, as Don't Starve gets ready for its next expansion: Hamlet. There's new wildlife, new civlizations, and a dangerous new jungle to adjust to.

This naturally means it's a good time for Klei to not only offer up Don't Starve for sale, but they're offering up their entire publisher catalog on Steam. That includes Oxygen Not Included and Darkest Dungeon. So find your favorite Klei game and pick it up right now.

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

Blizzard

Direct2Drive

Fanatical

Pay $4.99 and receive F.E.A.R., F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin (w/ Reborn DLC), and F.E.A.R. 3. These activate on Steam.

GamersGate

GOG.com

Green Man Gaming

Humble Bundle

Subscribe to Humble Monthly for $12 and receive Hollow Knight, Hitman GOTY Edition, and 7 Days to Die, with more games added every month. These game activate on Steam.

Pay $1 or more for Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War, Talisman: Digital Edition, Talisman: The Blood Moon Expansion, Talisman: The Harbinger Expansion, and Harbinger: The Sacred Pool Expansion. Pay more than the average $6.59 to get Warhammer: End Times Vermintide, Warhammer 40: Space Marine Collection, and Blood Bowl 2. Pay $12 or more to also receive Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War III, Warhammer: End Times Vermintide Stromdorf, and Battlefleet Gothic: Armada. These games activate on Steam.

Or pay what you want for Full Throttle Remastered and Burly Men at Sea. Pay more than the average $6.64 to get Rime, Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, and Yooka-Laylee. Pay $12 or more to also receive Minit, Hyper Light Drifter, and a Day of the Devs VIP Ticket. These games activate on Steam.

Ubisoft Store

Steam

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

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