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Half-Life Alyx: the Valve Index is still sold out

Half-Life: Alyx, the VR title developed by Valve itself and which takes up the history of the historical series from the perspective of Alyx Vance, will be released in less than a month. However, there seem to be problems with ...

Valve, Steam Labs will help the player decide what to play

Steam Labs is a virtual place where Valve conducts "experiments" aimed at making Steam easier and more immediate to use. One of the most interesting experiments we have seen so far is the one called Interactive ...
Half-Life: Alyx

Half-Life: Alyx finally has an official release date

In the last few hours Valve has finally In the last few hours Valve has finally formalized the release date of Half-Life: Alyx, the new title of the legendary saga built entirely for virtual reality. the release date ...

Dota 2: ban rain from Valve

Dota 2 and the smurf phenomenon, that is, expert players who create new accounts of a specific game (mainly competitive) in order to accumulate wins over wins against other less experienced players, seem to have arrived ...
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Why leave Steam for Epic, according to Yager

Yager, the studio that created Spec Ops: The Line, is developing a new multiplayer FPS which will be called The Cycle, currently in early access. The alpha of the latter title was hosted on ...

Red Dead Redemption 2 at 29 million copies sold. Borderlands 3 grazes ...

During the recent investor conference, Take-Two announced the sales figures for two major stocks. Red Dead Redemption 2, which had sold 26,5 million copies in November, saw this number rise ...
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Steam, 21 billion hours played in 2019

Valve is constantly releasing data on the goals achieved in 2019 by Steam, the PC video game distribution platform it owns. Well the past year seems to have been particularly positive for the ...

Steam, record on record

Valve continues to surprise thanks to Steam. The platform (which we could now define as a true ecosystem dedicated to video games) has in fact just broken its own record of players connected simultaneously. According to the account ...

Fortnite, the new season will bring some changes to the Brawl mode to ...

Fortnite's 20 vs 20 Team Brawl mode will receive some changes with the release of Season 2 of Chapter 2 scheduled for the ...

Xbox Series X will have dedicated audio hardware acceleration

The awaited Xbox Series X will feature dedicated audio hardware acceleration. The solution will be presented during a GDC 2020 session hosted directly by Microsoft. The session ...

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