Fans of the content distribution system better known as Steam will be delighted to hear that Steam's software store has launched and now has software available, including the ever-popular 3DMark Vantage and 3DMark 11. Right now, the store only has seven pieces of software up for sale, but that is sure to grow in the coming days and weeks.
The titles in the store are ArtRage Studio Pro, CameraBag 2, GameMaker: Studio, 3D-Coat, 3DMark Vantage, 3DMark 11, and Source Filmmaker. The prices on these titles range from free to $89.10, with the 10 percent discount that is currently being offered in celebration of the launch of the new Steam-powered store.
You can check out the new Steam Software store on their website. Publishers will likely take advantage of Steam's proven sales model to bring unknown or older titles to market. What do you think about the new store? Is it the future of content delivery? Wish Steam would focus on games? Let us know in the comments!
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