"Steam is not your enemy," says Divinity Original Sin 2 Studio Head

From GameWatcher: "Larian Studios have become a household name for PC gamers. Their release of Divinity: Original Sin 2 has only served to further establish them as a bit of an authority in regard to full-blooded RPGs, and it's no wonder that they've got some opinions about the tools that allowed them to get where they now are."

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jeromeface114d ago

Kalkano, the article obviously went right over your head.

CorndogBurglar114d ago

I think the Reply button went over your head.

Fist4achin114d ago (Edited 114d ago )

Wow, I thought a lot of developers disliked the 30% take from steam. Of course though, who doesn't want to make a little more money?!

kevnb114d ago

Why would developers care? Publishers might though.

Jivesh114d ago

Steam isn't the enemy, but they or any other platform holder aren't your friend. The enemy here is publishers that put their games so much cheaper on PC than on consoles.

Teflon02114d ago

Steam isn't the enemy from a user standpoint for sure. I hate having 1000 different launchers for different games. So I link them all to steam and launch them all from steam. I only open the launchers to update the games and that's it lol. Steam made pc gaming alot easier to deal with. 30% is alot but that can be changed, what they've done for pc gaming can't be forgotten

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