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.

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