The words used in Steam’s most recent changelog are a little vague, but should change up the chat experience many have on Steam.
For all of the additions, tweaks and improvements made to Team Fortress 2, in its eight years it has yet to receive a competitive/ranked matchmaking mode.
The massive growth seen year-on-year has forced Valve to upgrade Steam’s network infrastructure with 100Gbps internet ports.
The real Christmas present to yourself.
So get your Christmas shopping out of the way before there’s nothing left to spend on friends and family.
It’s virtually all robotic; GLaDOS would be so proud.
Because practically every account is worth a hacker’s time.
It’s probably a troll, but the promise of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster and Final Fantasy VI for PC is good news at the very least.
As The Mighty Gaben says, so shall it be.
October’s Steam Hardware Survey results have gone live, and it demonstrates a rather large swing in Windows 10’s favour.
Let’s hope that it’s fixed before the next sale.
Local may not be lekker in this case.
Even Valve is guilty of releasing broken titles.
The results are rather stunning.
Perfect in every way, SteamOS is not.
Apparently, TI5 and GeForce go together like salt and pepper.
It was bound to happen, but not this easily.
It’s not perfect, but it’s pretty darn neat.
$15 million: that’s more than the 2015 Dota 2 The International and League of Legends Championships prize pools combined.
It’s Christmas before Christmas!