Microsoft Still Wants Its Games on Steam Despite Windows 10 Push
Microsoft has been under fire recently for pushing its own Windows 10 store as the main distribution channel for PC games, but in a recent interview on the sidelines of the E3 gaming conference in Los Angeles, Xbox chief Phil Spencer reveals that Steam will continue to play a key role in this regard too.
Spencer has pointed out that, despite the Windows 10 push, Microsoft still wants to have its games on Steam and will continue to make some titles available on Valve’s platform. No specifics have been provided, though, but Spencer has predicted that Steam would continue to grow bigger in the coming years, and this is probably one important reason why Microsoft still wants to make its games available through this platform.
“I look at Steam today, it’s on an incredible growth trajectory. It’s a massive force in gaming; a positive force. I think it will be bigger a year from now than it is today. And five years later it will still be bigger again. I look at Valve as an… (read more)
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