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The Steam Game Festival: Summer Edition has been delayed by one week

By Stephany Nunneley,
Saturday, 6 June 2020 14:14 GMT

Valve has announced the Steam Game Festival: Summer Edition has been postponed by one week.

In a short notice sent by email, Valve announced the summer edition of the Steam Game Festival has been moved to Tuesday, June 16, and will run through June 22.

It was originally slated to run June 9-14.

The first Steam Game Festival was held in 2019 and took place alongside The Game Awards.

A spring edition took place in March, and featured over 40 demos of titles meant for the postponed GDC 2020 event.

During the festival, all games can be found on one Steam hub and each game will take you to the respective store pages.

Once there, you can learn more about the titles and download demos.

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