Fanatical’s massive Scream Sale sees hundreds of horror PC games and DLC packs discounted by as much as 90% for a limited time. Some standout deals include The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series for just $11 (was $50), the Lovecraftian fishing sim Dredge for $16.74 (normally $25), and the recent System Shock remake from Night Dive Studios for just $28 (down from $40).
Multiple Resident Evil games are on sale, including this year’s Resident Evil 4 remake for $51 (normally $60), while Resident Evil Village: Gold Edition and Resident Evil 2: Deluxe Edition are both $43 apiece (normally $50 each), among others.
There are plenty of other noteworthy AAA horror (and horror-adjacent) titles in the sale like Control: Ultimate Edition for $32, Doom Eternal for $24.39, and Death Stranding: Director’s Cut for $31.19–all of which normally cost $40 each. However, some of the biggest discounts are for indie games. You can grab Pathologic: Classic HD for just $1 (normally $13), Stalker: Clear Sky for $2 (normally $10), and the original Blasphemous for $5.49 (was $25). Blasphemous’ sequel, Blasphemous II is also a few bucks off at $24.59 (was $30).
We’ve rounded up a selection of our favorite deals in the list below. Many include a 5% off coupon you can use on other games in Fanatical’s online store.
Fanatical’s Scream Sale Highlights
There are dozens of other deals in the sale, so be sure to check Fanatical’s website to see all the discounts. There’s a lot to wade through, but the page lets you narrow down the list to specific horror subgenres and gameplay modes like co-op, space, open-world, puzzle, FPS, and more to make it easier to find your preferred type of horror game experience. All PC game keys purchased at Fanatical unlock via Steam.
There are several other horror-themed deals at Fanatical, including the Build Your Own Frightmare Bundle, which lets you curate your own grab bag of up to seven discounted games like Hellpoint, The Coma: Redux, and several Dread X collections for just $10 or less.
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