Valve is Back in the Game Development Business

Valve is Back in the Game Development Business

Valve is Back in the Game Development Business

That news came during a presentation at Valve's offices devoted to the company's upcoming collectible card game, Artifact.

To that end, in a recent interview with the American branch of PC Gamer, Valve head honcho Gabe Newell admitted to being happy about the shifting of gears and said that the company has always been a bit jealous of Nintendo because of that company's ability to design software and hardware at the same time. "So that's sort of good news".

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Valve president Gabe Newell sat down and discussed numerous details surrounding their mysterious upcoming card game to the press, according to reports. If none of those titles sound like they float your boat, you might find comfort in the fact that Newell stated during a Reddit AMA that Valve is working on at least one proper single-player game.

Over the past year, the popularity of the battle royale genre has seen significant growth, with many popular titles within the genre (such as PUBG and Fortnite) breaking several different records, including those for the highest number of concurrent players and fastest early access game to sell one million units on Steam. "We aren't going to be talking about it today", Newell said during the Artifact presentation. He can introduce new capabilities like motion input because he controls both of those things.

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Since its early access release on Steam past year, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has remained a popular multiplayer option with the PC gaming community, with several reports detailing the game's many accomplishments. It is worth noting that based the project on Dota 2.

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