Steam Weekend Deals Include LEGO Franchise, The Elder Scrolls, & More

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Spring has been in full season when it comes to new game releases, and though there are dozens of great new releases to enjoy across all platforms, Steam’s latest Weekend Deals might just entice you to sit back and enjoy a recent hit on the cheap this weekend.

The latest round of Steam’s Weekend Deals are now live and offer a little something for everyone, with highlights of the sale including a franchise sale on the LEGO series, the acclaimed JRPG throwback title I Am Setsuna, and a free weekend with The Elder Scrolls Online, which is also discounted for those that want to continue their adventures afterward.

The full list of Steam’s Weekend Deals for this week can be found below, with the offers available from now through Monday at 10am PT – the free game weekend with The Elder Scrolls Online is available now through Sunday at 1pm PT:

Frontier Developments Publisher Sale (25 – 70% off)
LEGO Franchise Sale (up to 75% off)
I Am Setsuna (40% off, $23.99)
Planet Coaster (25% off, $33.74)
The Elder Scrolls Online (67% off, $9.90)


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Source: http://www.dualshockers.com/2017/04/15/steam-weekend-deals-lego/

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MikeyPosted:

75% off lego franchise :o all over this

-SilkyPosted:

Never played Elder Scrolls, may give it a go.

DanielPosted:

The only thing that stands out to me here is the LEGO Franchise haha, Always fun to play LEGO games.

PetitePosted:

Nothing really here that I'd play.

SkatesPosted:

The Lego games are actually super fun and that's a good deal on elder scrolls. I wouldn't pass up on these.

KyloCruxPosted:

Some awesome deals here, wish I had $10 on a card for that game.

XboxPosted:

Some alright deals I might have to get in on

C4Posted:

I bought some lego games just for fun. I enjoyed the older ones on the 360 so i thought id give it a try

ForestPosted:

Ended up buying ESO, as it's a fun game and for only $10 you can get a lot of replay-ability out of it.