The Steam Game Festival, which opened in late 2019 and returns regularly to shower us with announcements and demos, has already decided to “rebrand” the “start-up nation” of “working gamers” who ” Co-walking “keep on delighting” and other super interesting things.
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So they will no longer call it Steam Games Festival, they will call it Steam No Fest. Let’s be careful not to judge this questionable decision, to say the least, and focus on the intentions that Valve communicated that declared themselves steam
The Steam Games Festival has been renamed Steam No Fest to better reflect its main goal: to celebrate the upcoming games for several days. You can try hundreds of game demos, watch live broadcasts, and chat with the game development teams about upcoming games on Steam.
The last edition took place between February 3rd and 9th. More than 500 demos could be downloaded and tested, with numerous interventions by the developers.