Steam launched a new feature that lets developers set playtests for their games without having to send keys to players. Simply called Steam Playtest, the tool will make playtests accessible directly from a title's store page, with developers setting it up via Steamworks. Developers can set the number of players allowed to join the test, and when it starts and finishes. From the player's perspective, requesting access to a playtest will let them join a queue, with studios being able to give access later down the line should they wish to. Developers can also manually invite specific players. Deleting the playtest for a game will automatically remove it from players' libraries. https://www.gamesindustry.biz/articl...esting-feature
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