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Following the release of Valve’s first VR headset in 2016, the company has said that more virtual reality headsets using its Lighthouse tracking tech are in the works.
Thanks to analytics site Steam Spy we now have an idea of how Valve’s online store performed in 2016.
Activision and Platinum Games’ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan has disappeared from digital storefronts.
That’s right – on the biggest digital PC games store front in the world, over a third of its total catalogue was only released on the service in 2016.
It isn’t only Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s boxed sales numbers that are lagging.
Shopping on Steam has been given a facelift thanks to what Steam is calling ‘The Discovery Update 2.0’.
Developers will soon be prevented from using anything other than in-game shots in a title’s Steam Store carousel.
Online distribution service Steam ran out of keys for Splinter Cell: Blacklist during a sale over the weekend.
Gal*Gun: Double Peace, a Japanese on rails shooter that sees you fend off school girls, has a £67.99 microtransaction that gives you the ability to see through the girl’s clothes.
Earlier this month the Washington State Gambling Commission contacted Valve and asked them to put a stop to all gambling done through Steam’s services. Valve just replied, and said no.
According to Valve the Steam controller is on course to hit the one million units sold milestone early next year.
Valve’s Steam Link device will be built into future Samsung TV’s, removing the need to buy an extra piece of hardware to stream games to your living room.
Valve has announced that there is now over 10,000 games on its Steam distribution platform.
Some of the Mafia III Deluxe Editions on PC are missing an activation code, meaning people are not able to play the game.
That Dragon, Cancer is now available on iOS devices, costing $4.99 on the US App Store.
Digital Homicide has dropped its controversial court case against Steam users after running out of funds.
After that anger that greeted its recent changes, Valve has further tweaked Steam’s user review system.
One game saw its user review score change from a very decent 88 to a far less inspiring 14 following Valve’s changes to the user review system on Steam yesterday.
Customers who have obtained a game by redeeming a key as opposed to buying directly through Steam will no longer be able to attribute a score to their reviews.
Early Access title Ark: Survival Evolved is currently bearing the brunt of a player backlash after developer Studio Wildcard announced plans for the game’s first premium expansion.
A patent dispute has ended up with BT taking Steam owner Valve to court.
In Case of Emergency, Release Raptor was released on Steam earlier last week, but already buyers have been refunded and the game switched to free-to-play.
Valve has dismissed suggestions that it has relaxed the refund restrictions for the Steam version of No Man’s Sky.
The owner of unofficial data tracker Steam Spy has re-added sales information for games that developers had previously requested it remove.
Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky is doing the business on PC, too.