“I don’t think it’s something that we think we need to do ourselves,” Newell told PC Gamer, specifically referring to the act of “building a subscription service at this time.”
“But for [Microsoft’s] customers it’s clearly a popular option, and we’d be more than happy to work with them to get that on Steam.”
Newell continued on to say that Valve is in communication with Microsoft.
“We’ve talked to people there quite a bit about that topic,” Newell continued. “If your customers want it, then you should figure out how to make it happen. That’s where we’re at.”
PC Game Pass wouldn’t be the first subscription service to make it to Steam; EA’s EA Play is already available on the gaming platform.
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