2020 Steam Game Festival: Summer Edition set for June 9 to 14

Registration form now available for developers.

2020 Steam Game Festival: Summer Edition

The 2020 Steam Game Festival: Summer Edition, which offers free-to-play demos and spotlights a selection of new and upcoming games, will run from June 9 to 14, Geoff Keighley announced.

Developers who would like to take part in the festival can register their interest at the Steamworks Documentation website.

The Spring Edition of the Steam Game Festival ran from March 18 to 23. If you missed it, check out the full list of games that were featured here.

Keighley also teased the following: “Much more news will be coming soon about my plans for the summer—an entirely new way for us all to gather and celebrate gaming in these uncertain times.”

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