Steam has once again opened up its library to showcase a multitude of upcoming titles to be featured in a brand new Steam game festival. Previously hosting some great showcases of upcoming indie talent in the game development scene, the new edition is sure to share some more interesting details on some highly anticipated titles. Some of these titles have received great attention and intrigue thanks to the showcases such as 2020’s Carrion which was heavily showcased during last year’s spring Steam game festival. Even some still unreleased titles like Hazel Sky have been confirmed to be at this year’s February showcase. Valve announced the event through their YouTube page coving a teaser to what type of lineup we can expect for this coming year. Promising over 500 new and familiar demos, this year’s game festival is packed with something in store for every genre.
With the sizzle real showing some of the more hotly anticipated titles to be shown off in-depth, Steam has done a great job at highlighting what else is to be shown in their catalog. From all of the games that have yet to make an appearance and even the obscure titles, Steam has published numerous other videos detailing by genre what to expect. Each video encapsulates each of the genre’s magic perfectly with tons of upcoming footage of new titles.
Needless to say, the amount of new and upcoming content shown really puts into perspective how many demos will be playable next week. Starting on February 3, Steam users can check out the home page and see all of the new content coming to Steam. With in-depth livestreams and developer discussions, there will be tons of info to share about all of their upcoming games. Be sure to check it out before the whole event wraps up on Wednesday, February 10.
So let us know if you’re excited to see what’s to come for PC gaming. How many demos might you try? Let us know in the comments below!