Through his official Twitter profile, Geoff Keighley, the creator of The Game Awards and the Summer Game Fest, has revealed great news for all gamers on PC.
In fact, in October, the Steam Game Festival event will return, the first edition of which was held for E3 2019, then returned a few weeks ago in June. For those who do not know what it is, this initiative makes available on the Valve store a series of free demos published by the developers, which therefore allow the general public to try titles that have not yet arrived on the market to give a first opinion.
Keighley has revealed that Valve is planning another Fall edition of the Summer Game Fest, which is expected to run from Wednesday 7 October to Tuesday 13 October. For a week, therefore, PC players will be able to try a series of games and then understand whether to buy them when they come out or not according to their preferences.
It is worth noting that previous editions were very popular, especially among fans of independent games – the event is a great opportunity for smaller teams to promote their productions.
In addition, there is also a reason to believe that the “Steam Game Festival: Autumn Edition this Fall” will be the largest and longest in the history of the event. However, neither Keighley nor Valve has yet said anything about the scope of the action.
For now, we have no information on who will attend the event, but more information should surely arrive next month and in an even more official way from Valve.
Valve is planning another Steam Game Festival: Autumn Edition this Fall, running October 7 – 13. Another chance to play free previews of upcoming games.
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) August 11, 2020