inXile Celebrates 15 Years with Massive Steam Sale

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Torment | Caravanserai

It’s no surprise that Steam has lots of sexy sales, but generally they are focused on the behalf of bigger publishers. Today, indie developer inXile has announced they are celebrating 15 years of game development with some massive Steam sales. Notably, recently published Torment: Tides of Numenera is free this entire weekend on Steam, and if you play it during that period, you can own it later for a cheaper price of $19.99. Also of note are sales on other games by inXile, which I will list below. Keep in mind these juicy offers are only from today, the 27th, until October 29th. So if you see something you have to own, act soon!

inXile | 15th Anniversary Sale

Key Info

  • Torment: Tides of Numenera – Free for the entire weekend + if you play it for free during the weekend, you will receive the ability to purchase it after the weekend for only 19.99.
  • 50% off Wasteland: sale price is $2.49
  • 50% off Wasteland 2: Sale price is $19.99 (Director’s Cut) & $29.99 (Director’s Cut – Deluxe Edition)
  • 50% off The Bard’s Tale: Remastered and Resnarkled (includes Bards Tale 1, 2 and 3): Sale price is $4.99 (you get all these games for four ninety-nine)
  • 75% off Choplifter HD: Sale price is $2.49

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