Gabe Newell says Valve is going to start shipping games again

Gabe Newell says Valve is going to start shipping games again

Gabe Newell says Valve is going to start shipping games again

Valve has finally revealed the first details about its upcoming Dota 2-themed card game, Artifact, and we've got a first look. After talking about Valve's focus on Steam and hardware during the past several years, which he described as "an investment in the future", Newell said "Artifact is the first of several games that are going to be coming from us. Hurray! Valve is going to start shipping games again", Newell said, according to IGN.

This is thanks to the investments made for Steam VR and the Vive headset, which has given the company the chance to develop their own hardware expertise. The discussions surrounding another Portal game, and more importantly, Half-Life 3 are sure to flare up again now that Valve has officially announced they are moving back into the software space in a larger capacity.

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However, such sequel theories, especially that of Half-Life, have always been speculated without any developments or announcement to support it. We will have to wait and see if the new games that Newell mentioned will be VR titles, or something different entirely.

It should be noted Newell didn't say anything about Half-Life 3, so... He can introduce new capabilities like motion input because he controls both of those things.

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It should also be pointed out that there's now a Half-Life crossover with Final Fantasy XV in the form of a special outfit if you got the Windows Edition of the game through Steam.

Speaking during an interview yesterday, Valve's CEO talked about how his company's hardware and software research has helped the games industry. "That's something we've been jealous of, and that's something you'll see us taking advantage of subsequently".

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We haven't heard anything about Valve's new VR games in over a year now, but it still sounds like they're coming. And he can make the hardware look as good as possible because he's designing the software at the same time that's really going to take advantage of it.

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