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Valve’s all-new Steam festival lets users try hundreds of PC games for free

Valve’s all-new Steam festival lets users try hundreds of PC games for free

Valve's Steam Game Festival is now back with an autumn edition. Besides, the festival has come up with a fantastic offer for all its customers. It has made hundreds of PC games free for the users to shine the spotlight on independent game developers. Now through October 13th, PC gamers will have the opportunity to access a slew of indie games coming out within the next six months, free of charge.

Some notable titles included in the fall game festival are Alpaca Ball: Allstars, Cake Bash, Ghostrunner, Garden Story, and Smash Ball. Valve held a Spring Game Festival earlier this year to fill the void left following the Game Developers Conference's cancellation. It was a chance for indie developers who lost the opportunity to demo their titles to get a feature on Valve's digital storefront.

In addition to hundreds of indie game demos, the Steam Game Festival: Autumn Edition also includes a week's worth of live streams from content creators and developers, such as interviews and unique gameplay and commentary throughout the event. With this, many gamers will have a platform to showcase their gaming talent.

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