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  • Gabe Newell Teases the Possibility of Steam Games Coming to Consoles

    Gabe Newell Teases the Possibility of Steam Games Coming to Consoles

    More information is coming later this year.

    Something from Valve may be headed to a console near you soon. This seems to be what Valve co-founder and current president Gabe Newell, was hinting at during a recent public Q&A session at a New Zealand public school.

    Newell was asked if Steam would be "putting any games on consoles" or if it would just stay on PC.

    He responded that we will "get a better idea of that by the end of the year."...
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  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Update Adds Microtransactions to View Stats

    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Update Adds Microtransactions to View Stats

    CS:GO 360 Stats is a subscription service to see stats that were previously free to view.

    An update for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive came out last night that has angered some players. Ok, it's angered a lot of players out there. First off, Operation Broken Fang has come to an end. You will have until May 15th in order to claim your rewards for said operation.

    There are, naturally, other changes included in this update. For instance, Valve has removed Train from the...
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  • Valve Hit With Antitrust Lawsuit from Wolfire Games

    Valve Hit With Antitrust Lawsuit from Wolfire Games

    A class action lawsuit was filed in Washington this week.

    Valve is facing yet another lawsuit. This time they are dealing with an antitrust case coming in the form of a class action lawsuit that was filed in Washington this week. The lawsuit claims that Valve, by way of Steam, suppresses competition.

    According to Top Class Actions, the lawsuit was filed by Wolfire Games, William Herbert, and Daniel Escobar. Wolfire claims that they are paying "supracompetitive commissions"...
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  • Valve Announces New Ways to Browse Steam

    Valve Announces New Ways to Browse Steam

    Another Steam Labs test is rolled out to all.

    A new way to browse Steam has been pushed out to all users today. This new feature has spent the past four months cooking in the Steam Labs oven. Valve says that this new way to browse adds in "new points of entry for New & Noteworthy titles, plus Categories featuring popular Sub-Genres, Themes, and various forms of Player Support." Their use of capital letters is intriguing.

    The New & Noteworthy section provides...
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  • Steam Next Fest is Coming in June

    Steam Next Fest is Coming in June

    New name, same fest.

    Valve just announced that they are renaming the "Steam Game Festival" to the "Steam Next Fest." It's the same festival just with a new name. Registration for developers begins today ahead of the festival's return on June 16, 2021.

    So, why the new title? Valve says it's to "better reflect what the event is: A week-long celebration of upcoming games where players can chat with developers, watch livestreams, and play what's next...
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  • Half-Life: Alyx is On Sale

    Half-Life: Alyx is On Sale

    Celebrating one year since the game's initial release.

    Valve has kindly informed us today that they put Half-Life: Alyx on sale for a whopping 40% off of its regular price. This sale comes exactly one year since the game's initial release to all PC virtual reality players back in 2020.

    Valve has also decided to shine a spotlight on some of the best mods created for Half-Life: Alyx. Valve notes that there have been over 800 mods for the game, so finding some of the best...
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  • Valve Adds Ability to Invite Anyone to Remote Play Together

    Valve Adds Ability to Invite Anyone to Remote Play Together

    Heck, they don't even need to have a Steam account.

    Valve just rolled out a big update for Steam today. This update, among other changes, introduces the ability for players to invite literally anybody to Remote Play Together. The invited person does not even need to have a Steam account!

    This new update will allow those with a Steam account to grab an invite link and send it to anybody that they want. The person that accepts the invite will then be able to play with you...
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  • Valve Ditches Artifact 2.0

    Valve Ditches Artifact 2.0

    Makes the original game F2P.

    Valve is giving up on the idea of Artifact 2.0. This was their attempt to perform drastic overhauls to Artifact after the game was deemed a failure by fans and developers alike. It was a reboot, of sorts. Valve says that they have "accomplished most of (their) game-side goals, (but they) haven't managed to get the active player numbers to a level that justifies further development at this time."

    So, development on the Artifact 2.0...
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  • Judge Rules Valve Must Hand Over Subpoenaed Data in Apple vs Epic Case

    Judge Rules Valve Must Hand Over Subpoenaed Data in Apple vs Epic Case

    Valve is pulled into this legal battle whether it wanted to be or not.

    California judge Thomas Hixon says that Valve must comply with a subpoena from Apple in their legal fight with Epic Games. Apple subpoenaed Valve because they feel certain Steam information will be important in their case that they are building against Epic. Valve claims that Apple's case is all about mobile and their data has no bearing on this case. They also say that Apple is using this only to obtain a bunch...
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  • Dota Becomes Anime with New Netflix Series

    Dota Becomes Anime with New Netflix Series

    Oh no.

    Valve and Netflix just announced a new anime based off of the Dota franchise. This claims to be a look at "the Dota universe like you've never seen it before." This new anime series, called DOTA: Dragon's Blood, will debut on Netflix on March 25.

    The announcement video for the series can be found below. You can also find additional information about the series by checking out the Dragon's Blood section of the Dota 2 client. There will also be additional...
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  • Valve Boss Says Company Still Has Games in Development

    Valve Boss Says Company Still Has Games in Development

    These are games that the company are "going to be announcing."

    In an interview with New Zealand's 1 News, Valve head honcho Gabe Newell said that his company is still very much in the business of developing games. Though he refused to talk specifically about Citadel or Half-Life 3, Newell did give some good news to fans that are interested in Valve's game offerings.

    He says that Valve "definitely have games in development that we're going to be announcing."...
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  • Valve and Other PC Publishers Fined by EU Commission

    Valve and Other PC Publishers Fined by EU Commission

    The issue revolves around the companies "geo-blocking" various games.

    The European Commission has fined Valve and five publishers a combined total of €7.8 million for a breaching of antitrust rules. The other publishers in question include Bandai Namco, Capcom, Focus Home Interactive, Koch Media, and ZeniMax. Valve's portion of the fine is merely €1.6 million while the rest of the €7.8 million is split up unevenly between the five publishers. The degree to which the...
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  • Source 2 Engine Might Get RTX Support Soon

    Source 2 Engine Might Get RTX Support Soon

    Ray tracing support mentioned in Artifact's game files.

    Valve recently made an update to their digital card game Artifact. That isn't the big news here, what is the big news is that hidden within the files were a couple of references to RTX and real-time ray tracing. This marks the first time that any sort of ray tracing support was noticed in any of Valve's Source 2 files.

    The mentions were first discovered by SteamDB creator Pavel Djundik. Djundik noticed that the latest...
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  • Steam Had 120 Million Monthly Active Players and Other Fun 2020 Stats

    Steam Had 120 Million Monthly Active Players and Other Fun 2020 Stats

    Valve dishes the details in their 2020 year in review.

    Valve just put out their third ever "Year in Review" for Steam, the Community, Labs, and the Steam Store. First up are some interesting facts about player counts for the year that was 2020, a year like none other before it.

    Valve divulged that in 2020, they had 120 million monthly active players. This is in combination with the 62.6 million daily active players. That means that in any given day, roughly half...
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  • Steam's Best Selling Games of 2020

    Steam's Best Selling Games of 2020

    Checking out the year's top 100 games on Steam.

    2020 has sucked all kinds of ass. You know it, I know it, people who haven't even been born yet will eventually know it. If there's one thing that made the year a little more bearable it's the fact that we probably gamed a lot more than usual thanks to, you know, everything.

    Some of that is reflected in Valve's end of the year "Best Of" list for Steam. With gaming still being big in 2020, here are just a few of...
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