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Submitted by john2 456d ago | news

Valve's Steam Now Support Games With Subscriptions - Darkfall: Unholy Wars As A Launch Title

DSOGaming writes: "Valve today announced the addition of Subscription Plans to its offering of services. With Subscription Plans, Steam offers gamers the ability to sign up and manage payments for subscription-based games on Steam. " (Darkfall Unholy Wars, PC, Steam)

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NYC_Gamer  +   456d ago
This features makes things easier for the community
john2  +   456d ago
indeed. A nice move from Valve, though I'm a bit sceptic about this whole thing. Still, more games of this kind will get exposed (which is a good thing overall)
kwyjibo  +   456d ago
Depends how Valve play it. Steam does support games with third party subscriptions, but if Valve force companies to go through Steam - Valve could lose out.
aliengmr  +   456d ago
My guess is that it will works like Steamworks. Its optional but helps immensely when your core audience uses Steam primarily.
sdozzo  +   456d ago
Options Are Nice.

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