Soon you’ll be able to play CS 1.6 in a modded version of CS:GO called Counter-Strike: Classic Offensive.
An absurd number of games were released on Steam this year, showing just how far Valve has backed away from curating their platform.
Ignoring obvious issues with CS:GO, Valve have released a major content patch introducing cosmetic gloves, Steam Group Lobbies, and an all new music box with artists nobody recognizes.
With Black Friday right around the corner, just about every company is getting in on the discount action. Valve are no stranger to sales, so naturally, they’re having their own special event too, in the form of the Steam Autumn Sale.
Here’s a list of Monday nights winners from the first ever eSports Industry Awards.
The HTC Vive can now be played wirelessly, thanks to a new add-on that’s going on sale for the headset today.
The Boston Major Fantasy Draft begins on December 3rd alongside the Group Stage and will run through the main event. Unlock your pack of 12 cards and begin crafting the Dream Team.
Valve has made Steam’s new front page seem smarter, but it’s really just a rearrangement of too much content
In August Valve banned the use of coaches as in-game leaders feeling they acted as a “sixth player.” After widespread criticism, Valve have reconsidered their stance and met with players in October.
After missing their deadline on Friday October 14th, Valve have offered a lengthy response to the ongoing lawsuits brought forward against the organization.
It’s crunch time for Valve as they face some serious charges with the unregulated gambling still making use of the Steam platform.
Sprays have appeared in both Counter-Strike 1.6 and Source, but for some reason, they were absent from the latest version of the shooter, Global Offensive. They’ve made a return now thankfully as part of a new Graffiti Update, just not quite in the way people may have expected.