Valve Acquires Firewatch Developer Campo Santo

Firewatch developer Campo Santo has been acquired by Valve for an unknown fee, the San Francisco-based developer has announced.

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PUBG233d ago

Valve buying a studio is unexpected and interesting at the same time. I wonder if we would ever see any Steam exclusive content, despite the fact that I've heard that Gabe doesn't believe in exclusive content. However, there wouldn't be much of a point to buying a studio, if said studio would be releasing content on Steam anyway.

ILostMyMind233d ago

They have more to gain by creating content for all platforms, rather than exclusives to Steam. By the way, Microsoft should go the same way.

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CBaoth233d ago

Valve hasn't released a single game, produced or published, this entire gen. Neither has Blizzard. IDK Valve would even bother. All their best game designers have left over the last 5 years. Maybe Gabe's been snorting coke over at Notch's mansion who knows......

Yohshida233d ago

Valve supported most of their games with DOTA 2 being the last one they published in 2013.

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft 2014
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls 2014
World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor 2014
Heroes of the Storm 2015
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void 2015
Overwatch 2016
World of Warcraft: Legion 2016
StarCraft: Remastered 2017
World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth 2018

the good news? Valve announced they are back into making games again.

Fist4achin233d ago

So we will see a second Firewatch, but never a third...

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