An ex-Valve employee takes to Twitter to say Steam was killing gaming prior to the competition from the Epic Games Store digital distribution service.
The Borderlands review bombing that started with the third game's Epic Games Store exclusivity announcement is testing Steam's new prevention methods.
FromSoftware's latest installment is officially Steam's biggest launch of 2019, with 124,334 concurrent players stepping up to the challenge.
Valve releases a software framework that will let Steam partners make use of its network, which will boost the online performance of some Steam games.
Valve reveals that Steam is getting an overhaul when it comes to user reviews, in an attempt to fight back against future review bombing campaigns.
Artifact's official Twitter account has been quiet for months now, and the game's few remaining players are in the dark about its future.
From disappointing releases through to some disastrous business decisions, here are all of the the biggest video game publisher fails of 2018.
Discord is busy developing a competitor in the online retail sphere to Valve's Steam, and its profit split with developers is hard to turn down.
Valve makes CS:GO free to play (and adds a battle royale mode) and fans rally against it, review bombing the title on Steam after the change.
Epic Games, the studio behind Fortnite, is launching a digital distribution competitor to Steam with a more favorable revenue split for developers.
With Microsoft looking to push further into PC gaming with the Xbox Game Pass, Steam needs to start innovating to compete with strong competitors.
Valve accidentally launches what appears to be a Twitch competitor called Steam.tv, before promptly removing the reveal of the service.
Valve is delaying any adult-themed video games that are submitted to the Steam distribution platform, as it brings in new filtering options.
A leak at Steam provides the long-wanted player count data for a huge amount of Steam games - find out what games are hitting big numbers.
Forgetting the latest console releases, Valve once again reveals the best-selling and most played PC games of 2018 through Steam's digital downloads.
Valve announces that it is no longer going to regulate the games that appear on the Steam distribution platform, unless they are illegal.
Valve's new website teases some 'top secret' games, as the developer steps up its return to fully-fledged game development.