The Steam Controller can be your new PC gamepad for just $5

By Elizabeth Henges, Tuesday, 26 November 2019 19:47 GMT

Are you upgrading out your gaming rig with the PC Black Friday sales this holiday season? Why not get a new controller to go with it? Steam is offering its Steam Controller for just five dollars, plus shipping, for the sales season. If you’re interested, hurry up and grab it, as quantities are limited!

For the Steam Autumn Sale, Valve has heavily discounted its Steam Controller, which is meant to work well with PC games that are on the Steam distribution service. The Steam Controller for $5.00 is 90% off, and you can’t really beat a new controller for that price. There is a catch, though–you also have to pay shipping charges. However, that still only comes out to $12.99 in the US, which is a very low price for a controller.

The Steam Controller is noteworthy because its set-up allows for a lot of controller button customizations. The controller is supposed to work well with PC games that you normally wouldn’t think of using a controller for. A lot of these Steam Controller friendly titles are on sale for the Autumn Sale as well, like Cities: Skylines for $7.49.

If you want to get more for your Steam Controller, you can also pick up the Steam Controller Carrying Case for $2.00. If you buy both at once, you’ll be able to save a bit on shipping costs!

Of course, the Xbox One controller also works well with PC games, and you can grab the Grey and Blue Xbox One Controller for $39.00 at Amazon US. If you want a wireless connection, though, you’ll have to buy the Window 10 Adapter separately… and frankly, you can’t beat the Steam Controller deal currently.

Want all the best PC Black Friday deals? The PC Black Friday deals hub will have every you need for this week. If you’re more of a console gamer, you can visit the PS4 Black Friday, Nintendo Switch Black Friday, and Xbox One Black Friday hubs.

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