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Soon, we'll be releasing the first in a series of updates to Counter-Strike: Source which will be focused on moving the core Counter-Strike gameplay forward.
The first update will include an updated version of the map Train, which will feature an HDR lighting pass, some minor layout changes, and a number of small bugfixes.
The second facet of this release will be a completely reworked radar system. There will be a significant change to the aesthetics of the radar, but there are also some fairly significant gameplay ramifications to the new system. One example: when you look directly at an enemy for a long enough time for their name to appear on your screen, everyone on your team will be able to see that enemy in the radar. We're planning on releasing this first update in about two weeks.
A Steam client update is now available: - Added warning message for users on XP SP1 or lower, support will be dropped August 31th 2012. - Grid view now supports applying custom images to games and shortcuts, via the grid item’s context menu - Fixed a bug where if you were disconnected from Steam, then reconnected, any tabbed chats would paint wrong until you changed tabs - Fixed clearing login information in case “Don’t save account credentials on this computer” is checked - Fixed HTTP proxy
Steam client update released
Changes include: - Fixed roaming game categories and favorite settings being reset - Added option to set server browser ping rate independently from download rate - Fixed missing menu item for updating AMD video drivers - Fixed launching of 64-bit games with "-" in the command line - Improved in-game overlay compatibility for some 64-bit game executables - Added ability to handle proxies that require "basic" auth when downloading games using the new content system - Improved support of
Valve Announces Steam Mobile App
January 26, 2012 -- Valve announced the beta release of the Steam application for iOS and Android devices. With the Steam app, gamers around the world may chat with Steam friends, browse community groups and user profiles, view screenshots and user-generated content for their favorite games, read the latest gaming news, stay up to date on unbeatable Steam sales, and more. “The Steam app comes from many direct requests from our customers,” said Gabe Newell, co-founder and president of Valve.
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