Indie titles like Limbo and Inside are at a discount price for a limited time.
Steam surprised everyone today with their Games From Denmark special discount sale today as many critically acclaimed games made themselves available at a special price for players to pick up for a limited time. Awesome indie titles like Limbo and Inside from Danish studio Playdead Games will have a lowered price tag, as well as major blockbusters like the ones from the Hitman series.
These special offers come from an initiative curated by Klaus Pedersen, the CEO of Figment and Back to Bed developer Bedtime Digital Games, and it aims to promote the Danish game development industry and its already successful products all together in one limited sale.
This special sale started today at 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 6PM BST and it features a dozens of games developed by Danish studios, apart from the already mentioned obove Limbo, Inside and Hitman series. The complete list includes:
- Hitman: Game of the Year Edition (IO Interactive)
- Hitman Absolution (IO Interactive)
- Limbo (Playdead)
- Inside (Playdead)
- Figment (Bedtime Digital Games)
- Trailmakers (Flashbulb)
- Stikbold: A Dodgeball Adventure (GameSwing)
- A Hat in Time (Gears for Breakfast)
- Forced Showdown (BetaDwarf)
- 140 (Carlsen Games)
- Deep Rock Galactic (Ghost Ship Games)
- Expeditions: Viking (Logic Artists)
“Over the past few years the Danish games scene has started to flourish, with a really high concentration of quality titles from Denmark releasing on Steam. It’s great to team up in a joint effort between the nation’s developers, to showcase and highlight the country’s talent.”, expressed Pedersen over the realease of this special sale, for which there’s also a trailer available, at the top of this article.
If you’re a fan of any of these games, or if you’ve been waiting for a discount to be able to purchase them and try them out, this is your lucky day. Don’t miss out!
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