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After a period of stagnation, Valve returned to the meta-games – something that users have enjoyed in the past, though ultimately they are only an incentive to spend more money. This time, Valve may have gone too far with a game that has caused general confusion. After 24 hours of rioting by players and developers, Valve has recognized his mistake and changed the game.
This year's sale includes a Steamwide mini-game called the Steam Grand Prix. The theme is racing, and users are divided into five teams: hare, pig, cockatiel, turtle and corgi. The goal is to earn points by completing special Grand Prix quests in the game (and spending money on games, of course, to raise your maximum), thereby strengthening your team. Every day, random members of the top three teams get the best free game on their Steam wish list.
"I just do not even know what to do with this event anymore."
There are other twists, such as the fact that the capacity of your initial charge gauge varies due to previous purchases, and users have complained that the capacity may be damaged by previous refunds a token system, and the entire Grand Prix is linked to Steam's Trading Card and Badge Manufacturing Systems to complement the Cherrywood Forest, which is already on this unnecessarily complex sundae.