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  1. The 2019 Steam Autumn Sale ends in 24 hours.* Don't miss out on the great deals across the Steam catalog. Open nominations for the 2019 Steam Awards end soon. Make sure to nominate, and help determine the finalists in all eight categories. In December, you can vote on the winners for each category during the Steam Winter Sale. Learn more about the Steam Awards here. *Offers end Tuesday, December 3rd at 10am Pacific. If you enjoyed the front page art for this year's Steam Autumn Sale and would like a desktop wallpaper version of it, you can download them below, along with category artwork for the 2019 Steam Awards. Download the Steam Autumn Sale & Steam Awards 2019 WallpapersView the full article
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  3. The 2019 Steam Autumn Sale continues through Cyber Monday*, with great deals across the Steam catalog. Alongside the Steam Autumn Sale are open nominations for the 2019 Steam Awards. Your nominations across eight categories will help determine the finalists in each category – and you can earn profile XP and badges for participating. In December, you can vote on the winners for each category during the Steam Winter Sale. Learn more about the Steam Awards here. *Offers end Tuesday December 3rd at 10am Pacific. View the full article
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  5. The 2019 Steam Autumn Sale is now live, with great deals across the Steam catalog through Black Friday and Cyber Monday*. Check in each day to see the new featured titles on the front page, plus personalized recommendations. In addition to the thousands of great games that are on discount, join us in our fourth-annual Steam Awards and nominate your favorite games across all eight categories, and earn profile XP and badges for participating! Your nominations will help determine the finalists for each category. In December, you can vote on the winners for each category during the Steam Winter Sale. Learn more about the Steam Awards here. *Offers end Tuesday December 3rd at 10am Pacific.View the full article
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  7. Another month is in the books, and with it we take a look back at the top products released in October on Steam. This list will look at the top 20 releases of October measured by the revenue they generated during the first two weeks following their release. We also included the top 5 most popular free to play releases, measured by peak concurrent player count following release. We have quite a bit of fun watching different trends and themes develop as new products release from month to month. We've consistently touched on some of these themes in our past lists, and they are worth summarizing this month as well: 4 games either leaving or entering Early Access. 9 developers bringing a product to Steam for the first time. 12 different countries represented by developers this month. 13 games with some level of controller support.This month we decided to take a more detailed look at the communities playing these games and investigate whether players play more than one of the games on this list. When we looked at the people playing these games from the Top Releases list during October, the first glaring stat is just how many people played Destiny 2 – The game peaked at nearly 300,000 concurrent players just a few days after release, putting it among the most played games on all of Steam at launch, and it has remained there ever since - https://store.steampowered.com/stats/. Destiny 2 appears again when we look at players that have played any other game on the Top Releases list – nearly 20% of players that played other games in the top 20 also played Destiny 2. This overlap is no surprise with the sheer popularity of Destiny 2, but it's reassuring to also find an overlap between other products. While the numbers are not as high, the overlap in people playing more than one game from the Top Releases list presents some interesting correlations worth highlighting. For example, we found a lot of players enjoying both Atelier Ryza & Indivisible, which are both anime RPGs featuring turn-based combat and female protagonists. We found similar overlap in players across We Were Here Together and Trine 4, which both incorporate heavy use of puzzles with an emphasis on cooperative gameplay. Crossroads Inn & Autonauts have very different themes, but both games utilize building and simulation. For players who enjoy games with similar themes or mechanics, there is an exciting amount of choice when it comes to deciding what to play on Steam. But these examples also show that players don’t always have to choose; they often play more than one. For the coming months, we've been playing with some ways to present these lists in a more accessible and interactive way. Stay tuned, and as always, let us know what you think! October's Top ReleasesHere is the list of October's top releases ordered by release date (we've organized this list on a handy sale page too): Destiny 2 - Bungie (US) Indivisible - Lab Zero Games (US) Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince - Frozenbyte (Finland) DORAEMON STORY OF SEASONS - Marvelous Inc. & Brownies Inc. (Japan) MISTOVER - KRAFTON, Inc. (South Korea) GRID - Codemasters (UK) Pine - Twirlbound (Netherlands) We Were Here Together - Total Mayhem Games (Netherlands) POSTAL 4: No Regerts - Running With Scissors (US) Chernobylite - The Farm 51 (Poland) Disco Elysium - ZA/UM (UK) The Jackbox Party Pack 6 - Jackbox Games, Inc. (US) ArcheAge: Unchained - XLGAMES (South Korea) Autonauts - Denki (UK) Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Complete Edition - h.a.n.d., Inc. (Japan) WWE 2K20 - Visual Concepts (US) Crossroads Inn - Kraken Unleashed (Poland) Richman10 - Softstar Technology (Beijing) Co.,Ltd (China) Secret Neighbor -Hologryph (Ukraine) & Dynamic Pixels (Russia) Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout - KOEI TECMO GAMES CO., LTD. (Japan) -- October's Top Free Releases Destiny 2 - Bungie (US) Breeders of the Nephelym: Alpha - DerelictHelmsman (US) Walking Zombie 2 - Alda Games (Czech Republic) Legend of Keepers: Prologue - Goblinz Studio (France) War Selection - Glyph Woods (Russia) -- If you're curious about previous months, here are more Top Release links: The Top Releases of April The Top Releases of May The Top Releases of June The Top Releases of July The Top Releases of August The Top Releases of September Cheers! -The Steam Team View the full article
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  9. Nov 20, 2019 -- After roughly one month in beta, Steam Remote Play Together is now released to all Steam users. With this feature, local multiplayer gaming is now extended to iOS and Android devices. Remote Play Together enables cross-platform play among friends across Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS, and Android. Up to four players, or even more in ideal conditions, can instantly join in the fun. Only the host needs to own and install the game, while additional players connect through Steam Remote Play streaming technology using their PC or the Steam Chat and Steam Link mobile apps. In celebration of the release, Steam is hosting a Remote Play Together Sale & Streaming Event featuring streamers from around the world sharing games using Remote Play Together. In addition, hundreds of games that leverage the new feature are on sale through November 25th at 10AM PDT. For more information, please visit https://store.steampowered.com/together.View the full article
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  11. Nov 20, 2019 -- After roughly one month in beta, Steam Remote Play Together is now released to all Steam users. With this feature, local multiplayer gaming is now extended to iOS and Android devices. Remote Play Together enables cross-platform play among friends across Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS, and Android. Up to four players, or even more in ideal conditions, can instantly join in the fun. Only the host needs to own and install the game, while additional players connect through Steam Remote Play streaming technology using their PC or the Steam Chat and Steam Link mobile apps. In celebration of the release, Steam is hosting a Remote Play Together Streaming Event featuring streamers from around the world sharing games using Remote Play Together. For more information, please visit https://store.steampowered.com/together. View the full article
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  13. Starting today, the new Steam Library features are available to everyone. A hearty thank you to everyone who tried out the Library during the beta. We’ll continue shipping improvements and new features based on your feedback and requests. As an added bonus, this update also expands the Remote Play Together Beta to all Steam users. Here’s a recap on the Library update: Untapped potential already in your libraryThe new Steam library was built with the belief that our libraries are valuable to us – for some customers, they contain more than fifteen years of games. From your absolute favorite AAA title that all your friends are playing, to that solo indie art project that only you seem to love, your Steam library represents your gaming history. But, a good library shouldn't just be dusty shelves, it has to be a fun place to explore and find whatever it is that you're looking for. Whether you want to keep up to date about what's happening with your games, find a game to play with your friends, or explore what's happening in your game's community, your library should support you. Today we want to introduce you to some of the biggest new library features and explain how they’re going help do just that. A brand new way to look at thingsThe first thing you'll probably notice is that we're launching a gorgeous new landing page for your library. The new library home gives you quick access to game updates, recently played games, friends activity and your collections. Stay connected with your games and friendsWe're making it easier for you to stay on top of the changes happening to your games and who is playing what. One of things we know you love about Steam is being able to engage directly with your games as they evolve over time. The new library makes it simple to see not just if a game has been updated but, with the new events feature, what that update is and why you should boot it up and give it a shot. We're also making it easy to see what your friends have been up to and which games they are currently playing. You can find out what games your friends have been playing right on the library home page, and see what games they are currently playing from your games list. With all this new information, you shouldn't miss out on the tantalizing water-cooler conversation about everyone's weekend replay of Portal 2. Stay in-the-know about your games with EventsOdds are, you've got games in your library that had incredible updates or limited-time events and you never even knew. Well, those days are over. We wanted to strike a balance between an in-library event feature that let you know about all the great things happening with the games you already own without bombarding you with notifications. Showcasing these updates is valuable to players and also developers. If you’re a dev, it hasn’t been easy to let someone know that you've just shipped a big update to your game, especially if they've moved on to something else. Now it is. Starting today, developers will have access to all new event creation tools that will feed directly into the new library (you can read more about the new event tools here). Not every event needs to be a big update, though. The new event tool gives you the ability to connect with players and share other things like a developer live-stream or a community challenge, or even highlight interesting fan art. -The Steam TeamView the full article
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