Earlier this week developer Jonathan Biddle of Curve studios relieved via his personal twitter account that he had talked to developers from Valve and they told him that in the next year Steam Greenlight would be removed from Steam (Valve’s Digital Distribution Service) as previously announced by Valve CEO Gabe Newell. Gabe had also stated that a new system would replace Steam Greenlight for a more user interactive system that would allow them to take part in curating games and content as it was previous used only by indie developers. Steam Greenlight was a great service for its time but will its replacement improve what is already great system to discover new and original games on Steam? Will Valve let the users list indie games and other titles that are not available on steam and send confirmation to the developer to then post them on the Steam Store front? Steam fans will have to wait and see but as always check back to RGN for more info on this story as it develops.
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