Steam — F1 Franchise Discounted Until July 17th

The Steam Summer Sale has been over for a while now, but there are still a lot of select discounts cropping up all over the marketplace. This one in particular involves Codemasters’ official F1 racing simulator franchise, spanning six titles. Every game in the series (minus the new F1 2017) has been discounted on Steam until July 17th from 70-75% off.

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  • F1 2011
  • F1 2012
  • F1 2013
  • F1 2014
  • F1 2015
  • F1 2016
  • F1 RACE STARS (for casual/young players)

Again, these deals will last until July 17th, which is a few days from now. The cheapest options in this franchise discount is F1 2011 and F1 RACE STARS which are both going for $3.74. If you want the entire bundle, it’s currently going for an amazingly cheap $39.78, which includes all of six games listed above.

 


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