Valve has bought Campo Santo, the acclaimed developer of Firewatch. In a blog post on the studio's website, Campo Santo said it will continue to produce its current project In the Valley of the Gods, but with the benefit that the like-minded people at Valve work with them.
"In Valve we found a group of people who are equally convinced of their work (which you may have been surprised to find is not happening every day) .In us they found a group with unique experience and appreciation" It has It quickly turns into an obvious match, "he explained.
" We had a long series of conversations with the Valve people and everyone shared the satisfaction we have when working with people whose talents are our own never imagined that both sides spoke about our values and how, as human beings, we are severely limited by the time we have left when it comes to doing the things we care about and believe in They asked us if we were all interested in coming to B Ellevue and doing that and we said yes.
The move is interesting as Valve had a slightly lower presence in game development and release, instead focusing on operating Steam as a digital delivery platform alongside track maintenance, such as DoTA 2. More recently, however, the company has his intention to return to development and release, with Gabe Newell saying Valve will "start shipping games again." The first of these new titles is Artifact, a Dota 2 card game, however, Newell said the studio
In GameSpot's Firewatch review, critic Scott Butterworth said his "world captivates, his design is clever, and his characters are among the best-written games." 1
Campo Santo's next game, In The Valley of Gods, was announced during the Game Awards in December 2017. It's still a long time The time-out is over and should not be released until 2019. You can see the trailer for In Watch the Valley of Gods here, Firewatch to appear on the Nintendo Switch in 2018.