Valve’s Digital Trading Card Game Artifact Launches On Steam

Valve Corporation has officially released its digital trading card game Artifact on its distribution platform Steam.

Artifact is developed through a collaboration between Valve and Richard Garfield, the game designer who created the famous Magic: The Gathering trading card game. Artifact is priced at $20 and the game is currently available to PC, Mac and Linux. Artifact’s microtransactions comes in the form of card purchases and players will need to spend more money for extra digital trading cards that are purchasable on Steam’s marketplace. This game combines deeply-strategic, competitive gameplay with the rich setting of Dota 2. The result is an immersive and visually-stunning trading card game unlike any other.

Related posts

Deception in the Video Game Industry

Deception in the Video Game Industry


Deception in the Video Game Industry

Video games can be a portal to an incredible new world. Filled with a great story, adventure, and excitement, a great video game can offer up memories that last a lifetime. However, the industry has some trouble with deception. There have been unbelievably deceitful marketing tactics in recent...

Read This Before You Buy an Xbox Gift Card

Read This Before You Buy an Xbox Gift Card


Read This Before You Buy an Xbox Gift Card

If you plan to buy an Xbox gift card, there are a lot of things you need to know. Keep in mind that this isn’t your ordinary gift card (more on that in a bit). Xbox is a great gift card because you can do a lot with it. What can you do with your card? You can’t use your gift card at...

Players Left With Uncertain Future After Blizzard Canceled Hots eSports For 2019

Players Left With Uncertain Future After Blizzard Canceled Hots eSports For 2019


Players Left With Uncertain Future After Blizzard Canceled Hots eSports For 2019

Blizzard has decided to shift their developers away from Heroes of the Storm and canceling Heroes Global Championship and Heroes of the Dorm eSports, the company announced on their official news site. Their motive for such a drastic move was to position the game for long-term...

Leave a comment