Valve has announced at this year’s Game Developers Conference, Source 2, the successor to its popular Source game engine.
“With Source 2, our focus is increasing creator productivity,” said Valve’s Jay Stelly in a press release. “Given how important user generated content is becoming, Source 2 is designed not for just the professional developer, but enabling gamers themselves to participate in the creation and development of their favorite games.”
Valve also revealed a product called Steam Link, which is a device that will allow users to stream their Steam content from a PC or Steam Machine to other devices on the same network. The base unit will cost $50, but an addition $50 will add a Steam Controller. The Steam Link will support 1080p, and will be available starting November.