Grab an Incredible Gaming Bundle for Just $1 Today on Steam

Grab an Incredible Gaming Bundle for Just $1 Today on Steam

The Orange Box, released in 2007 and comprising five iconic games, remains celebrated as one of the finest gaming bundles. Now, exclusively on Steam, you can acquire it for a mere 99 cents.

Grab an Incredible Gaming Bundle for Just $1 Today on Steam

Contained within this bundle are Valve's cherished titles: Half-Life 2, Half-Life 2: Episode 1, Half-Life 2: Episode Two, Team Fortress 2, and Portal. While these games may not be recent releases, their status as timeless classics makes them a worthy addition to your Steam library, especially at such an affordable price. If you haven't already, consider adding The Orange Box to your collection, or perhaps gift it to a friend to spread some positivity.

Purchase The Orange Box on Steam for $1

Ordinarily priced at $20, this deal offers an impressive 95% discount. Act swiftly, as the offer expires on March 21.

Additionally, the individual games within the bundle are also on sale, with prices starting as low as 79 cents. Notably, Team Fortress 2 has been free-to-play since 2011.

While The Orange Box was once available on PS3 and Xbox 360, it's no longer accessible for digital purchase on those platforms.

Although Half-Life: Alyx marked Valve's return to the Half-Life universe in 2020, the much-awaited Half-Life 3 remains elusive.

The Portal series saw a sequel in 2011, and there's expressed interest from its writer in creating Portal 3. As for Team Fortress 2, the multiplayer game has evolved significantly over the years and remains one of Steam's most popular titles, consistently attracting a large player base.



QnA

What games are included in The Orange Box?

Is Half-Life 2 free on Steam? 

Team Fortress 2 is free, but Half-Life 2 is not, although it's very cheap in The Orange Box

What is the original price of The Orange Box?

When does the discount for The Orange Box end?

Can I buy The Orange Box on PS3 or Xbox 360?

It used to be available, but not digitally anymore

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