Valve has said Steam Big Picture Mode is “coming soon,” according to the firm’s Jason Holtman. Speaking to PCGamesN at Develop, Holtman said: “We have all this great content, and it’s super good looking. You own Skyrim on Steam, and a huge television, and 5.1 Surround, why wouldn’t you want to see it there. Customers are constantly saying, ‘I’ve got all this content from you, and I’ve got this other great display device and sound device – can you make this work?’ We’ll ship and see what happens. We’re agnostic as to how people plug that in and how they use it. We’re trying to make it a really good initial experience, and then see what happens.” Valve announced Steam Big Picture Mode during GDC 2011.
Capcom knows you don't like Chun-Li's look in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, and it promised to improve it
Chun-Li’s face in the footage released so far for Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is pretty screwed up.
Blizzard had a particular style in mind for Overwatch’s Doomfist, and Terry Crews just wasn’t the guy for that.
Destiny 2: Bungie details all new open-world activities Adventures, World Quests, Lost Sectors, Flashpoints
Bungie has given us our first look at how exploration is going to work in Destiny 2, and this new video uses Nessus to show off the new systems.
Steam Big Picture Mode
Steam Music will be accepting beta testers soon, allowing you to leave off alt-tabbing out to fiddle with your volume balances in order to juggle music and gaming levels.
Valve has fired hardware engineer Jeri Ellsworth, according to a tweet on her personal feed. Also, further sources indicate a total of 25 employees have been laid off, and another report states Valve’s director of business, Jason Holtman has left, but neither of these two reports can be confirmed by Valve as of press time.