Valve has today approved an additional 100 games for inclusion into its Steam Greenlight games program, as a way to stress test backend improvements.
Steam Greenlight was first announced back in July 2012 and released the following month and has been designed to enable Steam users to help promote which games should be added to the service.
Developers are able to submit information to Steam Greenlight about their games, as well as early builds or beta versions, for consideration by users. For a look at the full list jump over to the Valve Steam Community website, Valve explains that the titles will be released independently in the weeks or months ahead, as they complete development and integrate any Steamworks features they are interested in utilising. Valve explains:
“This latest milestone is both a celebration of the progress we’ve made behind the scenes and a stress test of our systems,”-“Future batches are not likely to be as large, but if everything goes smoothly we should be able to continue increasing the throughput of games from Greenlight to the Steam store.”
Source: DestructoidFiled Under: Gaming News, Top News