Valve has been involved in everything related to the game over the years by releasing hits such as Half-Life and Portal and running an online gaming shop, but now the Company thrown his hat into the virtual reality ring as well as a new handset.
The Valve website publishes an image that annoys the new device on Friday. In the image, the flap index is clearly visible on the device and looks very similar to a VR headset. Of course, all this is a guess based on available information that does not extend beyond the image itself. The promotional spell simply asks the audience to "build on their experience" and publishes a date for May 2019, which we suppose to provide more information about the device. According to CNET, the Valve spokesperson refused to provide more details by offering many of the same, saying: "Soon we will have more information."
These are not the only changes that happen in Steam. The platform has seen disputes that often allow for particularly toxic titles a place in the store. Some of them spread hateful messages or are usually offensive. This is coming to an end as Valve began cleaning up things and recently banned nearly 180 Steam games in an attempt to save his reputation and create a more friendly platform environment.