Take Advatage of Great Fighting Game Deals During Steam’s Exploration Sale

By on November 27, 2014 at 10:06 am


It’s that time of year again, when the leaves fall and alongside game prices on Steam. As part of this year’s round of sales, a good number of fighters can be grabbed at reduced prices.

First up, Ultra Street Fighter IV and all related downloadable content are subject to a 15% discount. The standalone version is available for only $25.49, while the digital upgrade for those still on Arcade Edition is going for $12.74. As for additional content, players can grab all the costumes released prior to the Ultra update for $12.47 and the recent Vacation pack has been knocked down to $16.99.

For fans of NetherRealm Studios games, both Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition and Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition have also been massively discounted. The former is on sale for $4.99, a whopping 75% off the regular list price, while the latter can be purchased for $9.99.

SNK supporters are also in for some treats. King of Fighters XIII Steam Edition is currently on sale for only $12.99, 50% off the regular price. This is in addition to King of Fighters ’98 Ultimate Match Final Edition, which, as we reported earlier, can be purchased for only $11.99 before its December 12 release date.

Also, for Arc System Works players who want to show support for their games on PC, all of the older titles that are currently available on Steam are now half-off. BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger can be had for only $4.99, while both Guilty Gear XX #RELOAD and Guilty Gear Isuka are available for only $4.99 each.

And finally, Divekick Addition Edition + has been marked down to $3.39, a 66% discount that also extends to the two-pack if you want to pick up a copy for a friend or family member.

Be sure to take advantage of these sales as soon as possible, because they will only be in place until December 2.

Source: Steam

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