We’ve almost reached a point where PC games on Steam are on sale more than they’re not. This weekend sees multiple Steam sales and deals overlap. That whimpering sound you hear? That’s your wallet.

First is the Steam Hardware Sale. If you fancy the Steam Link or Steam Controller, you can get them for 30% off each. You can grab both in a bundle for 37% off.

Released last year, Steam Link allows you to stream games from your PC’s Steam library onto any TV.

To help show off the Steam Hardware, a sizable collection of big games (most of which work on SteamOS) are being discounted up to 75% off. Highlights include:

  • XCOM 2 $32.99 (45% off)
  • DOOM $29.99 (50% off)
  • Sid Meier’s Civilization V $7.49 (75% off)
  • Rocket League $14.99 (25% off)
  • LEGO Marvel’s Avengers $23.99 (40% off)

On top of the hardware sale is a separate Publisher Weekend Sale featuring Codemasters. Codemasters is mostly known for racing games like DiRT, GRID, and F1. You can grab individual games, bundled series, or the whole Codemasters library.

  • DiRT Rally $29.99 (50% off)
  • DiRT 3: Complete Edition $6.89 (77% off)
  • The Codemasters DiRT Collection $37.13 (67% off)
  • F1 2016 $44.99 (25% off)
  • F1 2015 $16.49 (70% off)
  • F1 Game Franchise $76.89 (62% off)
  • GRID 2 $7.49 (75% off)
  • The Complete GRID Collection $55.07 (73% off)
  • Overlord: The Ultimate Evil Collection $9.52 (78% off)
  • The Codemasters Complete Collection $215.70 (67% off)

But wait there’s more. Tom Clancy’s The Division is up for a Weekend Deal. It’s 40% off, which comes down to $35.99. This is the lowest price that The Division has ever been on Steam since launch (it was 25% off during the Steam Summer Sale). None of the post-launch DLC appears to be on sale, however.

Sales are great and all, but what about free games? Steam has your weekend covered there as well. For the next two days you can install and play last year’s Call of Duty: Black Ops III for free. If you like it, you can also purchase it at a 50% discount, for $29.99.

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Eric has been writing for over eight years with bylines in Dicebreaker, Pixelkin, Polygon, PC Gamer and Tabletop Gaming magazine, covering movies, TV shows, video games, tabletop games and tech. He reviews and live streams D&D adventures every week on YouTube. He also makes a mean tuna quesadilla.