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Artifact - Valve makes it Free-to-Play and ends development

Valve has announced - through a new post on the official Steam blog - the end of the development of Artifact, the controversial digital card game set in the world of Dota 2 released in 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v = od5XamlmNxQ Just ...

Artifact, Beta 2.0 announced

With an announcement in the relevant section on Steam, Valve announced the imminent departure of a closed beta for the relaunch of Artifact. The card game, initially created with the collaboration of Richard Garfield, was published ...

Valve prepares the relaunch of Artifact

Period of intense work at Valve which, in addition to its projects in the pipeline, is also preparing to relaunch its unfortunate card game, Artifact. With the release now at the gates of a promising Half-Life: ...

Richard Garfield fired by Valve, problems for Artifact

A few days ago Valve announced the firing of about thirteen people. As a result, rumors began to circulate about who the fired people were and where they worked and the common opinion was that Valve was downsizing ...

Artifact, the public beta has been postponed

Valve was supposed to release an open beta for his Dota-themed card game, Artifact, later this month but now it looks like fans will have to wait until November 19 ....

Valve and Dota 2, new Artifact coming title

Every time Valve makes an announcement, people hope there is a 3 in the title (preceded, followed, intercepted by Half-Life), but for today we should only be content with Artifact, spin-off of ...

Elden Ring, new details directly from the director Miyazaki

Elden Ring stars in an interesting interview with director Hidetaka Miyazaki. Many details emerge on the work. Interviewed by Famitsu, Hidetaka Miyazaki had the opportunity to ...

Halo Infinite and Forza Horizon 5, new gameplay during the ...

After the packed Xbox & Bethesda conference, where 30 games were shown at a very tight pace, it's time for Microsoft to ...

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