The Best Steam Deals of the Week


Every week Steam has quite a few titles on sale from Indie to AAA games. Since you don’t have the time to filter through games every day to find something that you’ll like, we’ve compiled a list of the hottest Steam Deals on offer for the week.

Monster Hunter: World

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  • Price: Rs. 1,499/ $30
  • Released: 2019
  • Developer: CAPCOM
  • Type: Action RPG/Co-Op

Monster Hunter: World takes a spin on the hardcore RPG involving hours of grinding formula and changes it into something accessible to new players while remaining enjoyable to the long-standing fans of the franchise. While the complex systems in place for procuring gear and learning its weapons might be daunting at first, the ability to slay monsters with your friends is one the best pastimes you could ever ask for.

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

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With Odyssey, Ubisoft changed the Assassin’s Creed franchise from a stealth game with quick chases involving parkour into a full-fledged RPG. With interesting systems like the Cult of Kosmos and the Mercenary storyline, Odyssey lets the player make their own choices to determine the outcome of the story. Coupled with one of the largest open worlds of this generation and the new exploration system, Odyssey is one of the best RPGs Ubisoft has ever made.

The Danganronpa Franchise Bundle

  • Price: Rs. 439/ $17.97
  • Released: 2016-2017
  • Developer: Spike Chunsof
  • Type: Visual Novel

Danganronpa is a visual novel with a twist: set in a high school where you inadvertently get stuck and the only way you can escape or “graduate” is rather interesting. You search for hints, interrogate your fellow students while covering up your own crimes and finally have a Phoenix Wright-like showdown at the end where you need to guess the murderer. While dark and disturbing at times, the witty writing and humor make it one the best visual novels on PC.

Warhammer: Vermintide 2

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  • Price: Rs. 174/ $7.49
  • Released: 2018
  • Developer: Fatshark
  • Type: Hack-n-Slash/Co-Op

Vermintide 2 is the most enjoyable hack-n-slash game of this generation. With exceptional level design and phenomenal combat combined with a robust AI that randomizes enemy spawns and type of monsters, each playthrough is different and a challenge in its own right.

Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun

  • Price: Rs. 288/ $13.59
  • Released: 2016
  • Developer: Mimimi Games
  • Type: Stealth/Strategy

Ever wondered what a top-down Assassin’s Creed would play like? Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun answers that question for you. While it consists of a great story with superior character building, the gameplay is the real star. Shadow Tactics gets it just right with the complexity, nothing too complex but challenging enough to make you think while being sprinkled with enough mid-mission banter to keep you entertained.


  • Price: Rs. 282/ $9.59
  • Released: 2016
  • Developer: Giant Squid
  • Type: Exploration

ABZU can be best described as Journey set underwater in which you explore a gorgeous ocean full of weird and wonderful sea life and hidden secrets. ABZU doesn’t hold your hand when it comes to exploring its world. You can choose to spend as much time as you like in an area till you’re ready to move on. Combined with the soothing soundtrack and the vivid scenery, it’s one of the most relaxing games on PC.

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Ambarish Sengupta
I've damaged way too many processors than I'd like to admit. Music and Sim Racing keep me sane; that is until I get a strange itch to tinker with stuff again.

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