The moment many fans — particularly the ones who have been on Steam for a very long time — have been waiting for has finally arrived. The Steam Autumn Sale (or as others call it, the Black Friday 2016 sale) is here, and just like its predecessors, the selection of game sales are pretty much standard.
According to the report from GameSpot, this year's Steam Autumn Sale does not have any flashy offers and it is pretty much straightforward.
First up, those who still don't have "Grand Theft Auto V" — the popular open-world game from Rockstar Games — can now buy the title for the price of $30, which is 50 percent off of its $59.99 original price.
The "Arma" franchise — which is popular for its military-simulation gamestyle — is also on sale and the offer for the game ranges from 35 percent to 80, depending on the item that the fans will get.
The popular third-person shooter game "Tom Clancy's The Division" and massively multiplayer mnline role-playing game (MMORPG) "Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited" are also on sale with a price tag of $24.99 (50 percent off) and $9.89 (67 percent off), respectively.
Fans can head over to the official Steam page to find out more about the Steam Black Friday 2016 sale. The offer will run until Nov. 29-30, depending on the player's region.
Meanwhile, Steam has recently announced the first ever "Steam Awards," which allows fans to nominate their favorite game into one of the nine categories, mainly: The "Test of Time" award, The "I'm Not Crying, There's Something In My Eye" Award, The "Just 5 More Minutes" Award, The "Whoooaaaaaaa, dude!" Award, The "Villain Most In Need Of A Hug" Award, The "Game Within A Game" Award, The "I Thought This Game Was Cool Before It Won An Award" Award, The "Best Use Of A Farm Animal" Award, and The "We Didn't Think Of Everything" Award.
Check out Steam's official post to know more about the awards.