Steam Dev Days cancelled. Valve Goes to GDC
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Steam Dev Days cancelled. Valve Goes to GDC
8 January, 2015
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You won’t have to go to Seattle this year. Valve won’t be holding its massive Steam Dev Days event in 2015. You’ll still have a chance to meet Gabe Newell and Doug Lombardi at GDC. In fact Valve is considerably increasing its presence at the event this March.

“Steam Dev Days was a great way to brief a large number of Steam developers. This year our focus will be a bit different, so we are planning a larger than usual presence at GDC. So, there will not be a Steam Dev Days this year, but we will certainly consider doing it again in the future”, – Valve representative confirmed Steam Dev Days cancellation.

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The Steam Dev Days was a great place to present Steam Machines and Steam VR, however this year Valve has no such big launches. Instead the company tries a different approach this year and tries to get closer to developers at one of the biggest events in the industry.

Source: Gamasutra

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