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Steam is having another ‘Game Festival’ to highlight indies who couldn’t go to GDC

With conventions like GDC, and related indie recreation gatherings just like the Indie Megabooth and Day of the Devs, canceled because of COVID-19 issues, many indie devs are in search of an area to showcase their video games. So Valve is stepping in with a spring version of its Steam Game Festival.

The Steam Game Festival is providing a digital house for indies to highlight their video games, and over 40 video games shall be featured by means of in the course of the occasion. The Steam Game Festival Spring Edition begins Wednesday, March 18, kicking off a celebration of latest and upcoming video games. The debut Steam Games Festival, a 48-hour on-line occasion that featured 14 video games, was held in December in tandem with The Game Awards founder and host Geoff Keighley.

The record of video games and demos featured in the course of the Steam Games Festival Spring Edition isn’t but obtainable, and can be revealed on the Steam store on Wednesday.

This would be the second occasion of the Steam Game Festival, and it arrives at a crucial time. These demos will present a highlight to indie titles which may have gone unnoticed or under-appreciated because of conference cancellations. These video games can even cowl completely different genres and settings; there must be one thing for everybody to pattern.

Players will be capable of discover the occasion on the official Steam store page. The occasion begins Wednesday, March 18 at 10 a.m. PDT, and runs by means of March 23.

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