Valve Updates Steamworks With Anti-Piracy Framework and DLC


Posted March 24, 2009 - By TylerColfax

ValveSteamworks is set to deliver a new set of features for developers and publishers that will render DRM obsolete and it's about friggin' time.

The most interesting is the Customer Executable Generation or CEG feature which compliments the anti-piracy solutions already used by Steamworks. CEG actually makes unique copies of games for individual users to use on multiple machines without having to install root kits on their PC.

There's also new support for creating and offering in-game DLC and matchmaking that uses the same lobby framework that Left 4 Dead utilizes. The Steamworks developer's kit is offered free of charge to developers and publishers globally and is a great way to get into making games once you've mastered making LittleBigPlanet levels.


Valve Updates Steamworks With Anti-Piracy Framework and DLC


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