A cloud of Steam.
Other new features include micro trailers and an automated, daily half-hour show about games.
Valve still plays things pretty close to the chest when it comes to communication, but the folks running Steam seem to be realising that isn’t quite working.
Many of those things sound interesting, if nothing else.
Yesterday morning, Artifact’s economy started going into freefall.
I was sceptical at first too, but I’ve honestly found the game's micro-transaction model quite refreshing.
Valve are blaming rating agencies for one of the most frustrating features of Steam: constant age verification.
For upcoming majors where the Thursday patch would normally arrive during the tournament, the patch will instead land at the end of the week.
The independent studio will be staying intact as a team, but will be officially operating under Valve's umbrella.
A brief glimpse at the history of ambiguous things said by Valve that rarely amount to anything tangible.
Jess Cliffe was booked early this morning for sexual exploitation of a child, according to arrest records.
A discrimination lawsuit against Valve that we covered in 2016 resulted in a jury trial that ruled in Valve’s favour late last year. We’ve updated the story accordingly.
The company's founder also explained why it was making hardware.
The news was locked off to developers but has been leaked elsewhere online.
It’s been a dramatic handful of days for Steam.