A entry for Steam Trading Cards has turned up in the Steam database, leading many to scratch their heads as to what the entry entails.As PCgamesN notes, it could mean a variety of things such as support for trading card games, Valve could be working on its own trading card game, or it could be the start of some other form of community trading of CD-keys or the like. Valve hasn’t announced anything of the sort, yet, so we’ll just have to keep guessing until something is announced.
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Steam Trading Cards
Things are about to get much tougher for developers of fake games who only exist to make money off of Steam Trading Cards for their games.
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