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  1. https://www.theverge.com/2019/3/14/18265818/valve-steam-link-anywhere-personal-cloud-service-gaming-pc-gdc-2019 https://steamcommunity.com/app/353380/discussions/0/3362406825533023360/
  2. RAGE 2 appears to be a Bethesda Launcher exclusive: I think it's safe to say that DOOM Eternal, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Starfield, and The Elder Scroll VI will also not be on Steam, or at the very least will be "timed exclusives" for the Bethesda launcher.
  3. From PC Gamer: Currently, revenue for Steam games is split 70/30 between the developer and Valve. But from now on, Valve will only take a 25% cut of any earnings over and above $10 million, and only 20% of earnings beyond $50 million. The first $10 million will still be split 70/30, and the change will impact any revenue earned after October 1 this year.
  4. Steam popularity skyrockets in China as government's freeze on new game approvals continues #SaveTheChildren’sEyes
  5. https://www.polygon.com/2018/10/19/17959138/steam-valve-developer-support-pricing-reviews
  6. I have a steam code for > Megadimension Neptunia VII > Learn Japanese To Survive Katakana War > SpeedRunners > Deadlight Post here and I'll PM you the game you want. If they stick around unclaimed after a week then maybe I'll post them here for the bots to take. Edit: Only Deadlight left.
  7. https://steamcommunity.com/updates/chatupdate Basically it seems like Discord now.
  8. A recently discovered hole in Valve's API allowed observers to generate extremely precise and publicly accessible data for the total number of players for thousands of Steam games. While Valve has now closed this inadvertent data leak, Ars can still provide the data it revealed as a historical record of the aggregate popularity of a large portion of the Steam library. Here is a CSV file if you're so inclined.
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