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Gamer Finds Way To Get Even More Money Off During Steam Summer Sale

YouTuber The Spiffing Brit has seemingly found an exploit within the Steam Summer Sale, allowing you to save yourself money and get you some discounts on games too.

In a video on his channel, The Spiffing Brit, explains just how the exploit is achieved, and it all comes down to the game, Starbound, and the Grand Prix-style sale that Valve has decided to go with this year.

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Explaining in some detail in the video description, The Spiffing Brit writes: “The Steam Summer Sale is upon us again and this time the folks over at valve treated us to the most unique steam sale mini game yet. The Summer Sale Grand Prix. It is a system of quests for games that you own in which you complete tasks in them like curing patients in theme hospital or achievements in Skyrim.

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“However this system can be exploited massively by having quests for games that can be modded by the community with the intent of breaking the sale system. This is where we discover that the steam summer sale is a perfectly balanced game with no exploits.

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“What you have seen here today is part of a fantastic perfectly balanced series on youtube where I go from game to game and break them with wacky exploits to gain things like unlimited gold. If you enjoyed this then be sure to check out more. The style is similar to RT game and callmekevin in parts. A large influence on this series has come from Valefisk and The Killian Experience. So sit back relax and enjoy this Steam Sale Exploit!”

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By the time you read this, the exploit might have been fixed by Valve.

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For now, people are thoroughly enjoying the video, with one commenter joking: “Next time on the spiffing Brit channel we are gonna learn how to commit tax fraud. Don’t forget to tune in!”

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(GameByte absolutely does not recommend trying this out for yourselves, because it’s not a very nice thing to do).

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