Valve’s Artifact Game Heading To Steam This November

Valve is publishing its latest digital card game Artifact on November 28 through Steam.

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The game will cost $19.99 and its development was lead by Richard Garfield, the creator and inventor of Magic: The Gathering. Through a strategic partnership with Valve, this unique trading card game is bound to provide players with the deepest gameplay and highest fidelity experience ever in a fantasy card game.

Players can collect over 280 digital cards which also includes 44 heroes. The cards can be bought and sold on the Steam Community Marketplace and the game will be supported as a service through expansions, competitive events, and other new features. For those attending the PAX West 2018 this month in Seattle will have the chance to play Artifact first before the global release.

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