EASTERN EUROPEAN GAMES ON STEAM POWERED BY DEV.PLAY

EASTERN EUROPEAN GAMES ON STEAM POWERED BY DEV.PLAY2020-10-23T05:44:38+00:00

Romanian and Eastern European video games will be promoted and discounted on Steam during Dev.Play 2020

Dev.Play, the game development conference for Eastern Europe, which will take place digitally this year between 3-4 November 2020, offers never before seen visibility to Romanian and Eastern European games on Steam, the worldwide famous video game digital distribution service and online gaming platform by Valve. An Eastern European games page powered by Dev.Play will promote new games which will soon be released on the platform while also offering notable discounts to already popular games on Steam, developed in Romania and its neighboring countries. The discounts up to 80% will be available during 1st – 8th of November 2020, in the same week with Dev.Play. 

A good number of great games developed in the Eastern Europe region are set to be released on Steam in the coming months, the Dev.Play page on Steam promoting upcoming titles such as Unbound: Worlds Apart (developed by Alien Pixel), a game gearing up for launch that has build a considerable community of fans following a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2019 and Door Kickers 2: Task Force North (developed by KillHouse Games), one of the most expected indie games of 2020 by fans of tactical strategy games.

Among the Eastern European video games already known to the public that will enjoy a consistent discount are titles such as the insanely fast paced party game Move or Die from Romania (developed by Those Awesome Guys), the post-apocalyptic RPG Underrail from Serbia (created by Stygian Software) or the tremendous hack and slash RPG Victor Vran from Bulgaria (created by Haemimont Games).

“Having a dedicated section on the first page of Steam during Dev.Play, the most important video games from Romania and Eastern Europe will reach millions of gamers around the world. This action once again strengthens the position of the conference in the region as a promoter of local video games”, said Cătălin Butnariu, Dev.Play founder and President of RGDA.

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