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Post by Eorl @ 10:12am 25/06/13 | 1 Comments
After being introduced earlier last month in a client beta update, Valve has revealed that their new service for their digital distribution client will be making its way out of beta and into the public come Wednesday June 26.

Valve developer John Cook has taken to the Steam Trading Cards group, revealing that "all the features you all have been helpful in testing are going to be made available to everyone on Steam." Cook also mentioned that several games will be added on the day of public release, offering even more cards to gather and trade.

For those who had hope that the previously talked about Trade Offers and the Card Binder features will sadly have to wait until post-release to see those eventuate. Luckily though Valve will be looking at fixing up many of the bugs and issues players have reported before launch to ensure as smooth a process to your hunting needs as possible.
We'll be continuing to iterate on existing features and add new ones after the release. There are a few things we have talked about previously that we really wanted to get to, that have now been pushed till post release - Trade Offers, and the Card Binder. They will still get done we just don't have an exact timeline on that.

For now until release we're going to focus on fixing up all the existing bugs and issues. Please continue to give feedback and comments, it's all been very helpful. This group will continue to exist post-release as the place to talk about cards and get announcements on any changes.
Interestingly Cook also left a very elusive message on the discussion page, hinting that "making trading cards available to all Steam users is a step towards an event we think everyone can be excited about." While no official date has ever been revealed for when the Steam Summer Sale begins each year, last year we saw a launch on July 12 so hopefully this is what Cook could be referring too. Either way it is probably best to prepare your wallets for the future savings these sales have to offer.

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Posted 11:18am 25/6/13
I didn't even know this existed..
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