And another Steam title leaks out..
“As of today, the Steamworks SDK and accompanying documentation is now available to any developer via the Steamworks Developer Site at https://partner.steamgames.com (you’ll need to log in and agree to the SDK access agreement).
We see this as a small, but important step as we work toward providing more broad access to the Steamworks set of features and Steam distribution platform. With this access, developers should be able to evaluate potential integration with the various features and APIs in Steamworks, compile the code and perform limited testing of the functionality with the included sample application.
Developers wishing to integrate the Steamworks SDK with their own games or applications still need to first be Greenlit and provided with an appID.
Once you’ve accepted the SDK Agreement, you’ll also be granted access to the Steamworks Development group (http://steamcommunity.com/groups/steamworks), where you can post questions in the relevant discussion boards or see other frequently asked questions.
We’re announcing to this group first, but will eventually make this public knowledge. Please let us know if you have any trouble accessing the SDK or documentation.”
It's this: http://steamdb.info/app/235480/
- What, did you publish that yourself, or look at the link and get banned?
- I brute forced it in a way, there were lots of interesting things I found. L4D3 was the most interesting although it hasn't been updated in months so it may be dead. Fun fact TurboTax is coming to Steam...
And this we know already:
Just an FYI, the L4D2 beta also has a ridiculously long AppID: http://steamdb.info/app/223530/ . It seems like Valve keeps the 3-digit IDs for their retail releases, and uses longer IDs for their developmental builds.
Either way though that's true - we don't really know until we have more information. It wouldn't surprise me if L4D3 is coming down the road, though, as it's been awhile since any retail releases. Plus, Valve doesn't have much video game content going on right now besides "finishing" DOTA 2 and constantly adding more material to their current releases.
that L4D2 was used as the test title for Source 2's development.