So now I know how much I am about to spend on Steam.
Quick one today!
Yesterday Steam released the regionalisation enabling the Australian Dollar on the Steam Store.
There were some hiccups – some games have dropped off the store because no Australian pricing has been added. A couple of prices sneakily went up as well.
On the whole, the pricing seems on point. Yes, a few things are more expensive, but most of what I have seen is $9.95 instead of $9.63, so I can forgive rounding.
But today in the middle of all the Black Friday excitement, the Steam Autumn Sale has begun.
The really nice deal for me is I know now exactly how much I am about to spend, without the occasional last-minute surprise of extra fees and conversion rates.
I am using this as a chance to knock a couple of games off my wishlist, but there are a lot of Asmodee Digital games on sale for some quick solo gaming. Some of the new games I was hoping to get a bit cheaper like Love Letter aren’t on sale though, so my buying has been tempered.