$11 (was $14)
One of the most popular multiplayer games of the past few years, ghost-hunting sim Phasmophobia is worth checking out again after recent updates. Its four-player co-op lets you share the experience with friends — or embarrass yourself by getting too scared in front of them.
$4 (was $20)
Castlevania Anniversary Collection is a great choice if you want a horror atmosphere without actually having nightmares. It includes eight of the earliest Castlevania games, many of which are among the series’ best.
$7.50 (was $30)
Horror adventure Little Nightmares brings childhood fears to life with its gorgeous but terrifying world. It’s a great puzzle-platformer to begin with, elevated by its tense, supernatural atmosphere.
$6 (was $30)
Soma is an all-time classic survival horror game from the creators of Amnesia. Set in a submerged science lab, Soma is so full of mystery that you can’t even trust your own character.
$10 (was $20)
Resident Evil 7 is one of the scariest games in the long-running series with a first-person perspective that brings you closer to the action. Resident Evil 2, 3, and Village are also on sale, but none are quite as terrifying.
$15 (was $30)
An earlier game from The Medium’s developer, Observer is a creepy cyberpunk mystery. As a neural detective, you explore the frightening depths of suspects’ minds to find a killer.
$12 (was $20)
Horror and card games may not go hand in hand, but the odd combination works spectacularly in Inscryption. It’s best to go in without knowing too much to get the most out of its creepy atmosphere and shocking twists.
$14 (was $35)
Set in a plague-ridden rural village, Pathologic 2 pushes you to act quickly against impossible odds. It’s one of the deepest, most atmospheric immersive sims ever, and it’s all but guaranteed to get under your skin.