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According to a brief blurb in the Pacific Northwest Inlander’s list of Summer events, the highly-anticipated Steam Summer Sale may be scheduled to begin on Monday.
“For the extroverted, outdoorsy types, summer’s about lake parties and bike rides and jet skis,” the blurb under ‘July 2′ reads. “But for us paler, lazier, more introverted types, summer is full of opportunities to stay indoors, fire up the computer, and put in some good long stretches of videogame marathons. In the days leading up to the Fourth of July, Seattle-based Valve puts on an insane digital download sale, hawking last year’s priciest games for less than a meal at Arby’s. Get Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 at Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 prices!”
Whether or not this should be taken at face value or with a grain of salt is to be seen, but the last few expected days – June 28, the last Thursday of the month; and June 30th, the same day as last year’s Summer Sale start – passed with nary a whisper of a sale.
Stay tuned for more news and full coverage of this wallet-breaking event when it happens.