Valve is now busy working on a major redesign of their UI Steam on PC.
In recent years, Valve has tried to expand the functionality of Steam due to the creation of new digital storefronts with a variety of content like music and movies. As shown, this attempt was not successful.
In a recent post, Valve has announced that it plans a reorganization of the business, which removes the video section of Steam. Any movies or videos previously purchased on the platform will remain available for viewing, however, the sale of new content will cease. Video content directly related to the games will be available on Steam on the relevant pages.
In addition, Valve is now busy working on a major redesign of their UI Steam on PC. These changes would modernize the application and make the client more user-friendly.
At this time, Saber Interactive has released a statement about the decline in the price of co-op shooter World War Z based on the book by max Brooks and the corresponding film with brad pitt in the lead role. This was achieved through collaboration with the store Epic Games Store.
As you know, last returns 88% of the proceeds from the sale of the game publisher and developer, as opposed to 70% for the Steam. Thus, Saber Interactive has reduced the price from $40 to $35. Those who have already pre-order the game at full price, will be made a refund of $5.
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