If Microsoft bought Steam they'd kill Windows Store and just bake Steam into the OS.Valve and Steam acquisition announced at Microsoft E3, Steam elements added to Windows Store as Steam itself is shut down.
Forced updates to Windows Vista 2 even if your computer runs a celeron on 2GBs of ram.
pretty sure its just shitty reporting, when i checked pc gamer the other day the full quote was "message from Valve regarding Steam Next Fest".
Cant confirm since PC gamer is down.
I would love an update to Steam on Windows. Keeping all the features and functionality but modernize it a bit. And by modernize I DONT mean dumbing down the UI to make it mobile focused (hate that more than anything).
That's literally reason why steam link was created in first place.that's rather rare and weird. Not worth putting a product out for
Microsoft isn't going to buy a billion dollar product and then kill it for their own starting from scratch project. At best they'd slap the "Windows Store" name on Steam, but it would still be Steam.Someone hasn't paid attention to Microsoft's track record lol.
MS buying companies and killing them either immediately or later while tackling on elements from the killed service to another project is what people who have known of MS history EXPECT MS to do.Microsoft isn't going to buy a billion dollar product and then kill it for their own starting from scratch project.
Company is reportedly making a handheld gaming PC likened to Switch…www.videogameschronicle.com
That’s according to PC Gamer, which published the partial line-up for this year’s PC Gaming Show on Monday.
It said “a message from Valve regarding Steam” will be delivered during the 90-minute event, which kicks off on June 13 at 2.30pm PST / 5.30pm EST / 10.30pm BST.