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There's a host of Steam key sales on Fanatical right now

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We're firmly out of Steam sale season now, but there's always a PC game sale somewhere. Right now, Fanatical (opens in new tab) has a bunch of big savings going on both newer and older games—here's a few highlights.

Capcom's entire PC library (opens in new tab) is currently discounted, and that includes 20 percent off the incoming Resident Evil 2 Remake (opens in new tab). There's a particularly decent 60 percent saving on fun beat-'em-up Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3 (opens in new tab), which is a lot better than the more recent Infinite. Marvel games have a habit of vanishing from Steam—see Deadpool and the Ultimate Alliance series for examples of what we mean—so it might be worth considering if you've thought about picking it up in the past. 

Meanwhile, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is 50 percent off (opens in new tab) for the rest of today, if you haven't picked up the medieval RPG yet. PCG Best Sim 2018 winner Frostpunk, too, is 33 percent off (opens in new tab).

One of the highlights of Fanatical's selection of bundles right now is this pick-'n'-mix for blockbusters (opens in new tab). It's a random bunch in there, but the Borderlands series and BioShock Infinite are among the highlights. You can also pick up what feels like a forgotten spin-off in Civilization: Beyond Earth, if you've never given that a go. Both three and five-game tiers are available for that bundle at different prices. 

Fanatical always sources its keys from publishers and developers, so you know where they're coming from. 

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