Death of Steam Greenlight – The Lights Go Off.

Seems that steam has decided to finally clean up shop and is getting rid of the Greenlight voting system.

The way Greenlight works is simple, a developer pays a one time fee of $100, from there they are free to upload as many trailers as they like for the general public to vote on.

If they are successful they’re contacted by steam to arrange for their game to be brought into the store proper, however because of the one off fee, Greenlight is often flooded with terrible mind numbing asset flips from developers who just want to make a quick pay check. So how does it work and will the new system prevent this?

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