Developers will get the chance to go nuts on a Steam controller.
By Tim Colwill on October 11, 2013 at 10:27 am
With Valve rapidly approaching critical mass as The Biggest Thing in PC Gaming, it makes sense that they would host their own, PC-gaming centric developer conference. They’re calling it “Steam Dev Days”, and it’ll run from January 15 to 16 in Seattle, Washington.
“Developers will share their design and industry expertise, participate in roundtable discussions and attend lectures by industry veterans on topics ranging from game economies to VR, Linux/OpenGL, user-generated content and more,” says the official site. “Developers will also have direct access to Valve’s Steam Team, and will be given a chance to test-drive and provide feedback on Steam OS, prototype Steam Machines and Steam Controllers.”
If you’re interested, registration costs $95. Press and media are not allowed to attend, as this is an “off the record event”, so if anything interesting happens we’ll… hear about it… somehow. And then tell you. Yes.