There’s going to be another Steam Game Festival in June

Recently the Steam Game Festival’s week-long winter occasion brought more than 500 new demos to Steam. Luckily a few designers took Valve up on the alternative to have demos stay accessible once the week finished, and you can in any case discover playable cuts of games like Potion Craft: Alchemist Simulator, Loop Hero, Warhammer 40,000: Dakka Squadron, and Little Nightmares 2 on their Steam pages.

The subsequent summer occasion will happen between June 16 and June 22, as verified on the ResetEra discussions. Indeed there will be demos, livestreams, and engineer talks on the side of impending games. Games being considered for the occasion must be unreleased, have a delivery date of no later than January 2022, and have not taken an interest in both of the past two Steam Game Festivals. (Early Access games will be considered as long as they haven’t delivered a playable form before the celebration starts.)

While Steam has in some cases run spring deals previously, we’ve gone two years without one at this point. On the off chance that that pattern proceeds, the Steam Game Festival’s mid year version may well harmonize with the following enormous Steam deal.