Steam’s Weekend Publisher Sale Features Up to 90% off on Devolver Digital Titles, Including The Swords of Ditto

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Steam’s latest publisher sale is now live, and this weekend places the spotlight on Texas-based studio Devolver Digital.

According to the Steam page, now until Monday, May 14 PC gamers can save up to 90% on titles published by Devolver Digital. Several highlights from this sale include Absolver ($14.99), Crossing Souls ($7.49), Minit ($8.99), The Red Strings Club ($10.04), and Ruiner ($9.99).

Of course, as the title clearly states, the biggest title featured in this sale is Devolver Digital’s recently released title The Swords of Ditto, which is currently on sale for $15.99. Developed by onebitbeyond, The Swords of Ditto is a compressed action role-playing game that delivers a distinct adventure for each new hero of legend as they embark on a journey to stop the sinister antagonist, Mormo.

Several selling points for The Swords of Ditto include the option to play the game solo or with a friend via local co-op, where gamers can revive their fallen allies with the power of hugs. Of course, if you are still unsure on whether or not you want to throw down $16 on the title, I advise you check out our full review of the game, which was reviewed by Staff Writer, Jordan Boyd.

Additional titles worth noting that are featured in this sale include a few virtual reality titles. More specifically, the Series Sam trilogy with each of the three titles are on sale for $75% off (each). For more information on which titles are available in the sale, head over to the official Steam page.

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