Fanatical launched its Bundlefestive promotion, a week-long event focused entirely on Steam game bundles. Bundles are Fanatical’s bread and butter, so it’s definitely something you’ll want to watch out for. It’s a great way to stock up on PC games (and Steam Deck games!) on the cheap.
Every day until Friday, December 9, Fanatical will release at least one new game pack. All bundles will go live at 8:00 a.m. PT / 11:00 a.m. ET, except for the Friday bundle, which will be available an hour earlier. It should be noted that these bundles are not only available for 24 hours. Like pretty much every game pack on the storefront, you have time to decide if you want them and choose the games, if it’s a build-your-own pack. You can therefore wait until all the new packs are online before making your choice.
Bundlefestive kicks off in style with the Build your own Play on the Go 3 set. This bundle is specifically for Steam Deck owners, as each game is verified for Valve’s handheld. There are 22 eligible games to choose from, with three pricing tiers: three games for $5, five games for $7, or eight games for $10. The $10 option offers the best value, as you only pay $1.25 for each game.
Plenty of great games are up for grabs here, including gritty Metroidvania Blasphemous, adorable action-RPG Cat Quest, clever stealth adventure Aragami, and retro shoot-’em-up Blazing Chrome. You can see the full list of eligible games on Fanatical. Although themed around Steam Deck compatibility, this is also a great bundle for regular PC users.
You can also take the Epic Quest Bundle for only $4. This particular pack only comes with a pre-determined list of four games. That said, the Epic Quest Bundle is worth it just for Supraland, a charming 3D metroidvania that normally sells for $20. You’ll also get roguelike Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos, steampunk adventure game Close to the Sun, and tactical JRPG Terrain of Magical Expertise.
Fanatical has revealed the names of most of the bundles that will be launching throughout Bundlefestive, but you’ll have to wait until the bundles go live for specific details on which games are included.
Fanatical Bundle Holiday Schedule
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