When Will Steam Lunar New Year Sale 2022 Start? Time & Date

January 25, 2022

Finally, the wait for discounts on titles in Steam comes to an end as the date for Lunar New Year Sale for 2022 has been leaked. In a recent leak by SteamDB, we have got to know some important details related to the upcoming massive sale that’s being planned by Valve in the coming days. 

Although speculations were there over the internet related to the upcoming sale, there were no definitive dates for it as Valve hasn’t released an official notification for the same. Last year, the same sale kicked off on February 11th and lasted till the 15th.

 Popular titles such as Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 had huge discounts on them, making them two of the highest sold games during the sale period. The sale is supposed to hold discounts on titles, expansions as well as cosmetics including themes and skins for multiple games.

When Will Steam Lunar New Year Sale 2022 Start? Time & Date

According to the information gathered by SteamDB, the Lunar New Year Sale 2022 is scheduled to start on the 27th of January and will last till the 3rd of February. According to the site, the discounts will appear after the sale begins. Players can expect a slight delay or crash due to a huge influx of users trying to make purchases.

During each sale, the prices are set by the respective official developers and are subject to change. In addition, there are no specific dates for each game’s sale and the discounted rate. However, just like the usual Steam sales, the Lunar New Year Sale 2022 will have all games available for purchase till the end date.

On top of that, games including Overwatch and Dead by Daylight have already announced their Lunar Year sales through Steam. As the time is nearing, players can expect multiple popular titles to drop their official announcements regarding the sales.

Suchit Mohanty

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