Valve President Gabe Newell caught the eye today while visiting a school in New Zealand.
When asked if Steam will add new games to consoles in the near future or if the service will stick to PC, here’s what the CEO said: “You … uh … you will have a better idea by the end of it.” General.
Such an ambiguous answer opens the door to several possibilities. Was Gabe Newell referring to the Steam platform or the games his Valve studio has created? In the latter case, we have to go back nearly 10 years (2012) to remember Counter-Strike: Global Offensive On PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The studio’s best move is undoubtedly Orange box Released in 2007, which included classics Half Life 2, Half Life 2: Episode 1, Half Life 2: Episode Two, The Gate And the Team Fortress 2.
Another possibility is that the veteran businessman answered the question directly and that the Steam platform could broaden its horizons. Less likely, Steam already offers Big Picture for broadcasting on our screens. However, when we dig a little deeper, we realize that Phil Spencer (Xbox President) and Gabe Newell have met on multiple occasions over the past few weeks. Since there is no smoke without fire, are we on the eve of an alliance between service? Arcade game Et Steam?
In any case, we will undoubtedly have answers to our questions within a month with a contract 2021 E3 Saloon In default mode.