Is Valve's Steam At War With EA's Origin? - Sessler's Soapbox


Posted July 12, 2011 - By Patrick Roche-Sowa

There has been some controversy over the fact that Crysis 2 was removed from Valve's digital distribution service Steam. People have been speculating this has something to do with the fact that EA is about to launch their own digital service, Origin, and are attempting to back out of their agreements with Valve. No one knows for sure, including Adam Sessler, but that doesn't mean he can't speculate himself! In this week's Soapbox The Sess discusses the future of digital distribution and what he thinks may be going on behind the scenes.

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