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Steam Next Fest gets a fresh trailer ahead of the event on October 1

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Steam Next Fest is fast approaching with it set to go live on October 1 so Valve has made a fresh trailer to give a little tease on what to expect from it.

What is Steam Next Fest? From October 1 - 7 hundreds of demos will be unleashed on Steam for upcoming games. A great chance to get a taste of something you've perhaps had your eye on. Not only that but there will also be a livestream from Valve and developers will also be able to livestream to their store pages, so you can have a chat with teams and ask questions too.

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Anza 18 Sep, 2021
Let's see how many Linux native games are there this time around. But usually enough to keep me busy for whole week.
kaiman 19 Sep, 2021
As I'm mostly interested in narrative games, I'd rather not play a demo before release.

But I'll gladly use the opportunity to check if a particular game will work with Wine, even if there's the chance that the demo runs whereas the full game won't.
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