Valve Celebrate User Creativity With Price Slash
Budding practitioners of science have created 35,000 maps in Portal 2’s new puzzle maker, The Perpetual Testing Inititive, after it was released on Tuesday. To celebrate this achievement, Valve have cut the price on both Portal 2 and Skyrim, both of which take advantage of the Steam Workshop. That isn’t all that is on offer this weekend though, and we have a full round-up after the jump.
Portal 2 repeats its Midweek Madness deal by once again offering the First Person Puzzler for a fiver, whilst The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim falls to £23.44. That isn’t a huge price drop, but it does work out being the cheapest listing on PC.
Meanwhile, Tropico 4 is free to play this weekend so you can get your dictator on. The weekend deal puts it at a tenner for those who want to continue playing after the weekend is over, although you can get it for £7.85 from ShopTo, so be sure to get it from there for a better deal.
Meanwhile, the Company of Heroes franchise has received a weekend sale as well. You can get all three titles in the series for £5.39, which is a huge saving compared to buying all the titles individually.