Valve will be changing the way Steam reviews of games work in an attempt to prevent developers from artificially inflating a game’s review score. On its website, the company said that developers were giving out Steam keys to their game, which were then used to generate positive reviews. In an effort to combat this, the recent and overall review scores on the top of a page will no longer take into account reviews written by customers for games activated through a Steam product key. Customers who purchased a game from a source outside of Steam via a giveaway or digital purchase, will still be able to write a review, but it will no longer contribute to the overall score.
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