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Reports have revealed today that Valve has officially announced June for the 2022 Steam New Product Festival, which will hold for a whole week, between June 14th to June 21st.
This event is dedicated to upcoming games, bringing together hundreds of trial copies of new games, and will also be televised live by the developers, giving users the opportunity to talk with the development team about upcoming games on Steam.
It recognizes that players can search for trial versions of games in their favorite genre by category or primary tag; they can also search for games by subgenre or special features.
During the event, players can search for games by category or primary tags to find the trial version of their favorite sort of game; you can even look for games by sub-genre or special characteristics. Hovering over the trial game will reveal a button to install a playable trial.
The live broadcast schedule may be found at the top of the new product festival page, and the development team is usually playing the game and answering questions in person. When you hover over a game, click the star icon in the top right corner to add it to your wishlist, and you’ll get an email notification when it’s published.
According to some speculations, Boundary, Nobody-The Turnaround, Lost In Fantaland, and other indie games, are looking forward to being featured during the 2022 Steam New Product Festival.
They’ve prepared hundreds of new games to play, similar to last year’s format, and there will also be live broadcasts from the makers. Players will be able to speak with various development teams about their upcoming new games on Steam.
Last year’s Steam New Product Festival included the announcements of Sable, Toem, and The Wandering Village.
Therefore, the Steam New Product Festival 2022 will run concurrently with previous E3 display periods, however, the schedule for this year’s E3 has not been released since the entire preview was completed.
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