Update: Fallout 4’s first major DLC Far Harbor is now released. We’ve updated the relevant deals listed below.

You might have known that on Tuesday, Fallout 4’s first Season Pass DLC ‘Automatron’ became available, but did you know that Tuesday was also the first time a digital Steam copy of Fallout 4 was below the magical 50% off price point?

Earlier this week digital retailer Green Man Gaming scooped the Steam Store and launched their very own Spring PC gaming sale with discounts on games up to 80% off. Their sale included titles from well-known publishers such as Bethesda, Warner Bros., and Valve.

Overall the deals are pretty good, but let’s cut to the chase: you can use a stacking coupon code (listed below) to get even more savings from this Spring Sale. This means the 38% discount to titles like Fallout 4 suddenly becomes 50% off at $29. And even its recently priced hiked Season Pass now makes a return to $24 (also 50% off). Good timing considering Automatron, the first DLC pack in the Season Pass, just launched a day ago.

We’ve listed all the good prices from the Spring Sale, so you don’t have to wade through the thousands of titles available. (But if you want, they can all be found here). All games listed below activate on Steam. Update: Now that the previous publisher deals have expired, we’ve added deals from 2K Games and more below.


Use coupon: VIP3

2K Games


Warner Bros.


While this sale is days ahead of Steam’s very own Spring Sale, our bet is that most titles above will likely be cheaper than any upcoming discounts at the Steam Store thanks to the stacking coupon code. For comparison sake, the Steam Store currently has Fallout 4 on sale for $40.19, a whole $10 more for the same exact Steam key. If you missed out on the deals above from the first part of the sale, check back towards the end of the sale period (around April 5th) to see if GMG does any “encore sale” where past deals returns.

tags: Fallout 4, PC, Steam