A little later than originally expected, Valve has today started selling non-gaming titles from via its Steam network and store. Although currently there are only a very small selection of titles available for Windows PCs.
Valve first announced they would start selling non-gaming titles on their Steam network back in August, and now have implemented their plans, with a selection of graphics and photo editing software packages available to purchase, diversifying the game only selection which has stood since Steam launched.
To celebrate the launch of the new non-gaming titles in the Steam store Valve is currently offering them with a 10 percent discount on their standard prices, until the end of the week.
New non-gaming applications currently available via Steam to purchase include: GameMaker: Studio, 3D-Coat, ArtRage Studio Pro, 3DMark Vantage, 3DMark 11, CameraBag 2, and Source Filmmaker. (GameMaker: Studio and Source Filmmaker are free releases.)
Source: PC MagFiled Under: Gaming News, Technology News, Top News