Summer is that special time of the year where you can finally put away that coat and start wearing T-shirts. It's also that time of year when we get treated to an absolute truckload of PC game discounts on Steam during the platform's annual summer sale. People are always clamoring to find out when that fated sale starts, and thanks to a rumor posted by SteamDB developer Pavel Djundik, we may now know when that is.
Djundik recently tweeted that "Chinese sources are saying the Steam summer sale starts on 25th of June." Djundik noted that his sources are "generally trustworthy, but not fully confirmed" before tweeting, "Confirmed now, [June] 25 to [July] 9" a few hours later. We've reached out to Valve for comment.
Chinese sources are saying the Steam summer sale starts on 25th of June. Generally trustworthy, but not fully confirmed.— Pavel Djundik (@thexpaw) May 8, 2020
Confirmed now, Jun 25 to Jul 9— Pavel Djundik (@thexpaw) May 8, 2020
SteamDB is a database that deals in Steam information that isn't always provided by Valve. This includes a game's current players, the value of a specific Steam account, and more. SteamDB is also well-known for leaking new features and sales coming to Steam and has been reliable in the past when previous years' summer sale dates leaked. It's also worth noting June 25 to July 9 were the exact dates of the sale last year as well.Continue Reading at GameSpot
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