“YOU WILL HAVE A BETTER IDEA OF THIS BY THE END OF THIS YEAR,” SAYS THE CHIEF OF VALVE
Gabe Newell suggests the possibility of bringing games from Steam to the console.
The co-founder and CEO of Valve, Gabe Newell , suggested plans to bring games from Steam to the console.
Newell, who lives and works in New Zealand since early 2020, hinted at the possibility on Tuesday during a visit to the Saint Mary's College, where he was a guest speaker for digital studies students.
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"You'll get a better idea of it later this year," he replied, before adding, "and it won't be the answer you're hoping for."
it is not clear what Newell is teasing, but it could mean that Valve is planning to bring some of its games from PC existing for consoles (Half: Life Alyx to PlayStation VR would be a competitor) or launch some of their upcoming titles on Microsoft , Sony ou Nintendo systems.
Newell recently confirmed that Valve has several games in development and that it wants to make more single-player experiences after Alyx's release last year.
Perhaps a more remote possibility is some version of the Steam store being made available on consoles.
A confidential document from Epic included in its ongoing legal battle with the Apple , which was briefly uploaded to the case's public server (and shared on the Resetera ), stated that the head of the Xbox , Phil Spencer, met occasionally with Newell na Valve.