Steam sales are always a good time for PC gamers to get excited.
The video game distribution platform generally reduces the price of its games and all have a good time.
As a general rule, Valve remains silent when its sales take place.
However, Steam sales are relatively consistent and it is usually possible to decipher when that happens.
Sales are usually held in the spring, summer, Halloween, Black Friday and Christmas.
And now, the dates of the upcoming sale of Steam have been disclosed.
So you can write down the dates in your journal and get ready!
When will the next Steam sale take place?
The next Steam sale that we can expect is the sale of Halloween 2019.
Valve usually holds the fall sale late October to coincide with the spooky holidays.
We can finally reveal the dates of the next sales of Steam.
But remember to take these dates with a pinch of salt, because Valve does not usually share the details of the Steam sale before the date itself.
However, as usual, the dates were disclosed and then shared by the twitter account of the Steam database.
So it seems that the Steam Halloween sale will take place on October 28th and last until November 1st.
The Twitter account shared the date, adding: “Several developers have posted it to several places even though Valve had requested the opposite. But you know how it goes.
In addition, they also shared the dates of the fall and winter balances, which should be from November 26 to December 3 and from December 19 to January 2, respectively.
The website www.whenisthenextsteamsale.com predicted its launch on October 29, 2019.
The website had a good reputation regarding the forecasting of Steam sales dates, and it’s not too far from the scheduled start date for October 28th.
On the website it says: “Valve never advertises Steam sales dates in advance, but Steam sales come back each year at a relatively steady frequency.
“According to the data of the last years, the dates of future sales are predicted.
“These forecasts are a combination of the following factors: dates and months of sales start, day of the week when a sale usually begins.”