Black Friday Deals 2016 Latest News & Update: Steam Autumn Sales Offer Big Discounts For Top Game Titles, Detailed List Here!

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Nov 25, 2016 04:04 AM EST

The madness has officially started with Thanksgiving now here and most are looking forward to the plentiful deals out in the open. Black Friday 2016 is of course in the radar where over 12,000 game titles from Steam can be bought at big price-offs.

With such a big number, customers are likely to have a hard time plucking out the preferred game titles of their choice this Black Friday. But of course, priority goes to the popular game titles such as “Elder Scrolls”, “Civilization” and “Grand Theft Auto” where the rate of discounts will likely depend on the age of the chosen game title.

Of the list, “The Elder Scrolls” and “Grand Theft Auto” franchises are expected to be among the top game titles most will be getting off. Steam is offering up to 73 percent off on “The Elder Scrolls” series while “Grand Theft Auto” titles can be bought for up to 70% off.

Among the top titles from Steam this Black Friday that most may want to check out aside from the two include “Civilization” (up to 92 percent off) and “Just Cause” (up to 82 percent off). There's also “Far Cry” (up to 75 percent off), and “Batman” (up to 75 percent off), BGR reported.

For those up to date with the latest games in the market, Steam offers some of them at fair discount rates for Black Friday 2016. This includes “Fallout 4” for $19.99, “Civilization VI” for $53.99, and “Hitman: The Complete First Season” for $29.99.

Those games available from Steam are of course scratching just the top of the surface. There are a lot of other game titles available and the best thing to do right now is head on over to their site and check them out.

Of course, Steam is not the only offering crazy Black Friday 2016 deals. Other companies like Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony have their other offerings so check them out as well.

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