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Valve tightens developer requirements for submitting games to Steam

Exciting news for PC gamers and developers have emerged from Valve who announced that they will stop the Steam Greenlight service, a popular voting service for developers to showcase their games to get onto the Steam store, in favour of Steam Direct.

Valve hope that by doing this they will stop the flaws of the Steam Greenlight program, whilst improving the overall quality of titles allowed onto the Steam store.

What was Steam Greenlight?

Steam Greenlight was a service that allowed developers to get their games onto Steam.  Developers who wanted to submit their titles had to pay an overall fee first of $100.  After doing that their game was allowed on the Steam Greenlight service where users could try it and vote if it was good or bad. read more

Posted by GO Game Out in Blog