5 Best FPS Games You Need to Buy in the Steam Winter Sale

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5 Best FPS Games You Need to Buy in the Steam Winter Sale

Surya Kumar
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Steam Winter Sale brings several worthy deals on great first-person shooter titles that can be picked up until 4th January.
Notable mentions include Deep Rock Galactic, Doom Eternal, Day Z, Crysis Remastered, and Wolfenstein Young Blood.

Steam’s year-end Winter sale has been live for about a week, and numerous players can now purchase some quality titles for significantly discounted prices. While there is a wide range of titles both news and classics available on sale, picking the best of the bunch might become a bit overwhelming. Worry not as we will help you pick out the best quality first-person shooter game deals available on Steam. Let’s jump right in.

Best FPS Games in Steam Winter Sale 2023

Titanfall 2

Titanfall 2

If you consider yourself a fan of Apex Legends, you definitely must’ve been curious about the game’s lore at one point. Titanfall 2 is exactly the game you are looking for if you wish to explore previous lore, thanks to its captivating single-player campaign which emphasizes the bond between Titans and Pilots. Although you will be familiar with the game’s mechanics if you are an Apex player, you will still find this game to be a unique and compelling experience where you can mess around with Pilot abilities, maps, customization options, and much more.

Titanfall 2 can be picked up at 85% off for 4.49 USD / 224 INR / 4.49 EUR

Borderlands 3

Borderlands 3

The Borderlands series is arguably the best looter-shooter style of games that are best enjoyed on PC and the third installment is no different, allowing players to blast through their enemies with an arsenal of weapons and take control of diverse Vault-hunters each with unique skill trees, powers, and customizations. Apart from playing solo, the game also lets you embark on adventures through various in-game worlds with your friends.

Borderlands 3 is now available at 85% off for 8.99 USD / 448 INR / 8.99 EUR

Robocop: Rogue City

Robocop: Rogue City

If you are looking for a short and enthralling single-player FPS narrative, look no further than Robocop: Rogue City, a game that will let you live out your ultimate vigilante fantasies. Apart from the impressive, gore-filled combat, players also get to traverse through the immersive criminal world of Old Detroit as Alex Murphy, an officer who is half man and half machine. You can access his unique skills, along with an array of guns to help you deal with various hostile situations.

Robocop: Rogue City can be picked up at 30% off for 34.99 USD / 1,539 INR / 34.00 EUR

Atomic Heart

Atomic Heart

Atomic Heart has quickly made its way to being one of the most celebrated FPS games of this year, thanks to its immersive utopian world featuring Facility 3826, which is the Soviet Union’s scientific research hub in an alternate history of 1955. Apart from its compelling story, its fun combat elements consisting mainly of slashing and shooting also add to its charm. Being a 2023 title, it also features impressive graphics depicting realistic environments and character models.

Atomic Heart is available at 50% off for 29.99 USD / 1,349 INR / 29.99 EUR

High On Life

High On Life

Developed and published by Squanch Games, High On Life is a weird and hilarious game that puts a unique twist on traditional FPS titles. While it might not be everyone’s cup of tea, it certainly impresses gamers who are fond of goofy and witty humor. It was created by Justin Roiland, well-known for Rick and Morty, and several elements from the cartoon have evidently transferred over to this game as well. Players get to “equip” charismatic talking guns who also actively judge you. Add a bunch of enticing boss fights to the mix and you get a pretty fun FPS experience.

High On Life can be picked up at 35% off for 25.07 USD / 844 INR / 24.53 EUR


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Surya has been an avid gamer all his life with an emphasis on single-player titles since the PlayStation 2 era. After switching to PC, he has also dabbled in the world of Valorant ever since its beta. He aims to spread his passion for gaming through his writing.

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