Valve has reported that it will get serious about sites that permit individuals to bet with their Team Fortress 2’s in-game skins. In the transient, it will boycott accounts related with the sites, putting clients in danger of losing things. Later on, however, it might well hope to have the sites closed down.
One of the greatest gaming outrages of a year ago was the promoting of Counter Strike: Global Offensive skin betting sites. Despite the fact that they had been developing in shame for a few years, they attracted standard consideration in 2016 and drew judgment for Youtubers elevating the sites to their compelling, youthful crowds – particularly in situations where [...]
After months and months of griping, and an excessive number of Reddit strings to monitor, Valve has at last, listened to the greater part of the protestations and rolled out an enormous improvement to the matchmaking rationale.
Without precedent for Dota 2, the matchmaking rationale will now consider geological separation when attempting to discover players for your group. The criteria will no longer exclusively be founded on your MMR.
This change was brought on by the endless grievances from the Dota groups of not having the capacity to discover chemistry with individuals who talked a similar dialect. This issue was progressively predominant on the US East servers, [...]
MVP Phoenix, exceedingly viewed as the best South Korean Dota 2 group ever, has authoritatively disbanded.
Bolster player Kim “Dubu” Doo-young was the first to go separate ways with the program on January 1, taking after a grievous execution at the Boston Major in December where MVP Phoenix was set last. From that point forward, the staying four players: Lee “Forev” Sang-don, Kim “QO” Seon-yeob, Kim “Velo” Tae-sung, and Kim “Febby” Yong-min, have likewise left the group.
Farewell to @QOdota @Velodota2 @Febbydota @DubuDota #ForevThank you for great service in our team. We hope best wishes [...]
So what are people buying on Steam, exactly? Just before the Steam Winter Sales is coming to a close Valve revealed the list of the top 100 grossing games. Either its from purchases of the game itself or revenue from micro-transactions, here is the top 100 games sold in Steam, divided into 4 tiers (but in no particular order): Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze.
Dota 2 Total War Warhammer Grand Theft Auto V XCOM 2 Tom Clancy’s The Division Dark Souls III Rocket League The Witcher III No Man’s Sky Fallout 4 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Sid Meier’s Civlization VI
Dota 2 and CS:GO being here is no surprise, but the amount of PC [...]
You think CS:GO can’t make more stuff to make you buy them? Well, they figured something out. The latest update to the long-running FPS game brings skins to gloves. You see those hands as much as the weapons, so it’s time those gloves get some lick of paint.
The catch? As always, it’s available randomly in Glove Cases. So there’s no guarantee that you can get what sort of glove skin you wanted directly.
But! These cases start at RM23 at the time of writing. Like most of these cases, you can trade and sell it at the market. If you’re feeling a bit [...]
Bullshots are a thing. It’s when game screenshots are not representing actual, in-game footage, but it’s either touched up and edited, or using assets or a combination of assets that isn’t found anywhere in-game. As such, Valve is clamping down its rules so that any game’s Steam page would only be allowed to show actual in-game screenshots, representative of the game, and not bullshots or even artwork.
Interestingly, even Valve is at fault in this category, and pointed their mistakes on their Dota 2 Steam page for showing artwork and not real in-game screenshots as an example. They have recently [...]