Steam has presented to the world such an impressive collection of video games over the years! Whether you’re interested in finding relevant trailers, descriptions, system requirements, and so much more, you’ll find them all there on Steam.
If you’re not up to spending a couple of dollars for a game, you must know that there are even titles that are free to play on Steam. But even with so many advantages still, not everybody likes the renowned gaming service known as Steam.
Chinese gamers claim that their access to Steam has been blocked
According to The Gamer, gamers from China no longer have access to Steam. It’s still unknown if the event is a result of a DNS attack or a deliberate ban. The gaming service has been no longer available since Christmas.
In recent months, the Chinese government hasn’t been very friendly towards video games. Children from the Asian country are limited to three hours of gaming every week, Fortnite isn’t available anymore, and so on.
Otherwise, you certainly can’t get bored on Steam, that’s for sure. The service has a wide collection of games to offer. Back in 2019, Steam had in its repository more than 34,000 games with more than 95 million users that are active every month.
For instance, one of the most anticipated games for 2022 is Sniper Elite 5, and you can find relevant data about it on Steam. While a precise release date is unknown, the description from Steam is relevant enough:
The award-winning series returns as Karl Fairburne fights to uncover Project Kraken in 1944 France. The genre-defining authentic sniping, with enhanced kill cam, has never looked or felt better as you fight across immersive maps to stop the Nazi war machine in its tracks.
Feel free to tell us why do you like Steam!