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Steam No Longer Accepting Bitcoin for Payments News 0

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Steam, the world’s largest digital storefront for PC games, is no longer supporting Bitcoin. According to the company, it’s due to the currency’s high fees and “volatility” in the value of it. In a press release on the official Steam site, Valve explained its actions. Check out the entire letter to the community below. As […]

Steam Concurrent Users Reach All-Time High at 17 Million News 1

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I’m forever posting about PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds ever-increasing concurrent player count, which continues to rise and rise with no sign of slowing down. That game is just so damn popular! However, what’s also popular, is the client that houses PUBG. I’m talking about Steam! Steam has just hit a new milestone for all-time concurrent users. Thanks to the Steam […]

Dota 2 Dueling Fates Update Introduces New Heroes, Game Mode & More News 0

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The Dota 2 Dueling Fates Update is now live. The main additions are the two heroes: Dark Willow and Pangolier. And neither arrives to the fight empty-handed. Each hero has a debut Immortal item available in the Emblems of the Dueling Fates bundle, which also contains a Ward set, courier, and taunts for both heroes. As well […]

Valve Boss Gabe Newell Is a Very, Very Rich Man News 0

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How many of you reading this game on PC? How many of you use Origin? What about Battle.net? Not a lot? Just the right amount? What about Steam? Yeah, I gather, almost everyone who games on a PC uses Steam. With that said, Steam and Valve boss Gabe Newell is now part of the top […]

Report: Upcoming Steam Sale Dates Revealed, Here’s When the Next Three Are Happening News 0

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According to Kotaku, who spoke to three developer sources, what follows are the dates of three upcoming Steam Sales. They are all scheduled to take place during 2017, which means plenty of opportunity for heavy discounts! Start saving your pennies for the following dates: Steam Halloween Sale: October 26th 2017 – November 1st 2017 Steam […]

Steam Reaches 15 Million Concurrent Users, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Claims New Record of 1.3 Million News 0

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The video game digital distribution titan, Steam, has today hit over 15 million concurrent users. That’s a hell of a lot of people signing in all at the same time to play games, sell skins, and interact with the community.  NeoGAF user “dex3108” provided a screenshot of the magical moment: What’s even more impressive, is […]

Malaysia Blocks Steam Platform Due to “Fight of the Gods” Game News 0

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Here’s your interesting video game news of the week: the country of Malaysia has blocked Valve’s Steam digital store so people from the country will stop purchasing “Fight of the Gods,” a game focused on gods punching each other in the face and kicking each other’s asses. Not familiar with the game? Well, you’re not […]

Valve Reveals New Game, Name Doesn’t Include Number “3” News 6

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Artifact is the name of the title that Valve has just revealed, and it’s a card game based on the Dota universe. Embedded below is the teaser trailer that was showcased during The International Dota 2 Championships livestream. It doesn’t give much away, as it’s essentially just a 34-second video of some colored rocks breaking apart and forming an ARK-esque logo… One […]

Valve Is Invading Your Living Room With New Steam Devices November 10 News 68

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Earlier this year at GDC, Valve announced plans to release its anticipated Steam Controller, a new product called the Steam Link and Steam Machines from multiple manufacturing partners such as Alienware and Falcon Northwest later this year. Now, we have set release dates for some but not all of what’s to come. First off is the […]

Gabe Newell On Valve’s VR Technology: “Zero Percent Of People Get Motion Sick” News 5

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One of the biggest fears surrounding the upcoming movement of Virtual Reality gaming with a headset is that many have, much like in the past, induced a severe amount of motion sickness. John Carmack stated during GDC this week that if a bad product came out, it could indeed send us back to the 90’s when […]

Valve Announces Many Things At GDC, But Not Half-Life 3 News 15

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PC gamers won’t be getting Half-Life 3 any time soon, but video game company Valve did announce the next best thing — a few things, actually — at this year’s Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. For starters, the company lifted the curtain on the successor to their widely-adopted game engine, Source, which has been […]

Valve Considering DOTA 2-Style Tournament For Counter-Strike: Global Offensive News 5

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It’s hard to ignore the success Valve’s multiplayer online battle arena PC title, DOTA 2, has enjoyed since launch with immensly popular tournaments like the upcoming $10.7 million event, The International 2014. Clearly, the company is doing something right when it comes to supporting its players and online community and fostering their growth. But now, it appears […]

Team Fortress 2 – Valve Launches Early Access to New Beta Maps and Game Mode News 1

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Valve is looking for willing test subjects to help improve the Team Fortress 2 experience by throwing a couple of new Beta maps and a new mode up for testing, the studio announced yesterday. “We need volunteers that are capable of putting these spaces through the wringer,” Valve wrote in a recent blog update. “We want […]

The International 2014 DOTA 2 Championships Preview News 7

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The International 2014, Valve’s DOTA 2 World Championship, has now confirmed all of its 16 participants, including well known teams and some, perhaps, unfamiliar faces. However, the tournament promises really high level plays with each participating team, and with its current $10,536,536 USD prize pool, it’s pretty safe to say teams will try their hardest to […]

Amazing Team Fortress 2 Short Film, “Expiration Date,” is Valve’s Best Yet News 8

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Look out, Pixar. Video game company Valve is making their animation skills known with their latest Source Filmmaker project, “Expiration Date.” Coinciding with the launch of Team Fortress 2’s Love and War Update, the 15-minute film brings to life an enchanting tale of romance between Scout and Mill Pauling while the Red team learns to deal […]

New Update for Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Patch Notes Released News 8

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A new update was rolled out earlier today for Valve and Hidden Path Entertainment’s Counter Strike: Global Offensive. The patch updates CS:GO to 1.32.4.0, as published on CSGO_Servers. You can read through the notes below: Gameplay Fixed the molotov not having the same collision bounds as the rest of the grenades. Fixed some grenades allowing visibility through them […]

Valve to Premier ‘The Definitive E-Sports Film’ This March: “Free to Play” News 9

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On March 19, Valve aims to premier a feature-length documentary that puts the of life of the world’s top e-sports players in the spotlight called Free to Play. Set during the lead up to the first Dota 2 International Tournament, the film will follow Danylo “Dendi” Ishutin from Ukraine, Benedict “HyHy” Lim from Singapore, and Clinton “Fear” Loomis […]

DOTA 2 Officially Launches For Everyone, Everywhere News 6

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If you own a Windows, Mac, or Linux computer, you can now play Valve’s biggest game for free. After years of beta sign-ups and invites, DOTA 2 is has officially launched today for everyone. You can start playing right now by heading on over to DOTA 2’s page on Steam. “As we have recently completed […]

Take A Look At Valve’s Steam Machine News 10

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Like Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo, Valve has taken to the living room for your gaming needs and wants. But unlike the big three, Valve is doing things differently and bringing hardcore gamers to the living room with an impressive rig, a revolutionized controller, and the new SteamOS. Last Friday, 300 beta participants got their Steam […]

Battlefield Director Wants Studio to Get Into Linux, Needs One ‘Killer’ Game to ‘Kick Off’ News 22

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Battlefield Creative Director Lars Gustavsson would “strongly” like his studio to get into Linux and thinks it would really only take one “killer” game for the platform to “kick off”. “We strongly want to get into Linux for a reason,” Gustavsson recently told Polygon. “It took Halo for the first Xbox to kick off and go crazy […]

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