Focus Home Interactive discounts 50 games on Steam until September 11th

Focus Home Interactive has partnered with Steam to offer special promotions on the entirety of its game catalog. For 4 days, until September 11th, Steam users will discover over 50 original Focus Home titles available with exceptional discounts.

On the menu this year, recent releases include action-RPG The Surge, which enthralled hardcore players with its original, fast-paced and visceral combat system, with even more content to come later this year. Styx: Shards of Darkness, which saw the return of our sneaky goblin Styx this year, has also been included.

Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 fans will find a wealth of games to dive into, with the recent release of the Legendary Edition of Blood Bowl 2 and the spectacular space battles of Battlefleet Gothic: Armada. There’s also the tactical, bloody combat of Mordheim: City of the Damned and the frantic first-person shooting of Space Hulk: Deathwing, which is building up to the release of its Enhanced Edition later this year with regular, free content updates for all owners of the game.

At the heart of a rich and varied catalog, players can also benefit from exceptional discounts on must-have titles including the Farming Simulator phenomenon, the role-playing games from Spiders studio, the strategy franchise Wargame, and some true gems of the indie scene with Seasons After Fall, Space Run, Shiness, and many more!

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