Steam Workshop, a submission path for game items created and sold by gamers, has turned one year old. After launching through Team Fortress 2, the Workshop now supports various titles including including Skyrim, Portal 2, Civilization V and more, each with varying models of player-created content. Valve said there are 16 shipped game titles which support Steam Workshop, with more on the way. To date, 300,000 items are available including full games made with GameMaker Studio, and downloaded over 55 million times.
It appears the decision to temporarily remove microtransactions from Star Wars Battlefront 2 was due to pressure from Disney.
Gotta scan ’em all, right? …Right, guys?
PlayStation Store Black Friday sale: early access for Plus members live, save up to 40% on Call of Duty: WW2, Assassin's Creed Origins, more
Sony has posted its Black Friday 2017 sale with early access available for PlayStation Plus members.
Total War: Warhammer will support modding from the get go with Steam Workshop implementation.
Killing Floor 2 has finally received full Steam Workshop support.