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 Gameguru Mania News - Oct,11 2017 -  
Steam games will become much cheaper - briefly
(hx) 04:43 PM EDT - Oct,11 2017 - Post a comment / read (3)
PC gamers mostly rely on Valve's Steam digital distribution platform when purchasing games. But while the platform's reach is global, it does not support the payment methods or currencies available in various countries. However, this may soon change. According to an email from Valve, it is not only adding more payment methods and currencies to its gaming platform, it's also making games crazily cheap in some regions. n an email sent to developers, Valve has announced that it is introducing a new logical region, called the South Asian Pricing Region, which consists of the countries: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. These countries will receive reduced prices in accordance with their respective economies. The change has already started to roll out and is even been reflected in some brand-new games such as Middle-Earth: Shadow of War (pictured below), which now bears a $29.99 price tag, significantly less than the $59.99 tag it carries in other regions. Other titles include Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice ($10.49, instead of $29.99), Sniper Ghost Warrior 2 ($5.49, instead of $9.99), and even unreleased games such as WWE 2K18 ($19.99, instead of $49.99).
last 10 comments:
Csimbi(03:05 AM EDT - Oct,12 2017 )
So, games don't become cheaper, they are sold with a discount at certain regions and they get a region lock.
I don't think it's a good thing. Killed the DVDs.

th4t1guy(08:49 AM EDT - Oct,12 2017 )
No big surprise that Valve is run by a bunch of economic Marxists.

Tom(12:09 PM EDT - Oct,12 2017 )
I have a straight forward simple rule. F U if your game is +$50.

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