Valve's digital collectible card game is no longer in development as the studio has pulled the plug on both the classic and rebooted versions. Both versions are now free-to-play with free cards.
Valve is trying to revive its collectible card game Artifact. The company will be kicking off a brand new beta that brings along changes to gameplay, monetization, new player experience, and more.
Valve has confirmed that it won't be shipping updates to its collectible card game Artifact anymore, instead deciding to go back and rework the game's design, economy, social, and other systems.
Erik Walpow has rejoined Valve after working at Double Fine games on the Psychonauts sequel. Erik worked on classics including Portal, Half-life and Left 4 Dead during his previous tenure at Valve.
In a recent interview discussing their new game, Artifact, Valve developers discussed the myriad of Half-Life 3 jokes that are now an integral part of Valve's image, and their plans for new games.
Artifact, the upcoming Dota 2 themed card game by Valve, finally has a release date, with the company announcing today that the game will launch for PC in November and for mobile later this year.
Gabe Newell has revealed that Valve is working on several new games, in addition to the upcoming trading card game. Valve has also been jealous of Nintendo's software and hardware prowess.
Valve's upcoming trading card game, Artifact, will be running on the Source 2 engine, and aims for a 2018 launch on Steam. Magic: The Gathering creator is involved in the development process.
In a surprise announcement, Valve revealed a brand new game during the Dota 2 tournament, The International, today. The new game is a spin-off card game based on Dota 2 named Artifact.