After something of a hiatus, it is good to see Valve doing something with their selection of game titles again - even if it is not what everyone wants. Even so, we got a pleasant surprise at the end of 2017 in the form of Bridge Constructor: Portal, which appears to be a well-received, solid little puzzler. And while Dota 2 spin-off Artifact may have been announced to a rather hesitant reception, we are looking forward to finding out what it brings to digital card games this year.
Here are five things we'd like to see Valve fix in 2018.
It has been a while since we have seen this kind of activity from Valve. They seem to have been focused on tweaking and updating their existing multiplayer games over the past few years, alongside the not inconsiderable task of running the largest PC games marketplace and some of its most successful esports. But there is something missing in the renewed creative energy from Valve we saw in 2017 - their priorities are far removed from what drew me to them at the start of the decade.