Paysafecard, an Austrian prepaid payment solutions company, has leaked information on the actual date of the next Steam Autumn Sale. The previous sale was held on 26 November last year and it lasted for a week. So will it be the same this time around?
According to Paysafecard, this year’s Steam Autumn Sale will take place on the 25th of November. Paysafecard mentioned in its website that this information was tipped by a reliable source. There are rumours floating around that on this sale, there won’t be any Flash Sales, although last year’s Autumn Sale did not have one too. In essence, Flash Sales are temporary discounts for a particular set of games during a Steam Sale, often lasting eight hours and below.
Interestingly, SteamDB – an independently operated source of Steam’s database – is showing a countdown to the Steam Autumn Sale which adds more credibility to this leak. Only time will tell whether this information is to be believed, although Paysafecard has a good track record on these kind of information. If the Steam Autumn Sale does happen on the 25th of November, prepare your wallet: Lord GabeN is coming.