Steam is expanding its video library to include tutorial videos.
Now that Valve has added a video section to Steam, you’re going to start seeing some new releases that aren’t games or software. Steam’s video store sells films of all sorts, either revolving around games or just works of fiction.
Now, you’ll be able to buy software tutorial videos.
Currently, this new sub-section is all about teaching users tricks in game development and art applications such as MODO, Substance Painter, ZBrush and others. Course prices vary. Some go as low as as $5, while others offer more substantial packages at $15.
“I’m very excited to have my tutorials on Steam, and I think it’s a great way to reach the creative community,” said Tor Frick, creator of three new videos.