Valve claims it won't filter games available on Steam


Restrictions on access to information are unfortunately something very common on the Internet in recent years, although it should be the opposite, but political correctness is what you take and if you do not go that way, you can be center of controversy by some specific group of people or associations.

The latest company statement, the company signs that will stop filtering content that can be found on Steam, so that any user can upload any type of game, as long as it is not a copy that the platform considers illegal or trolling. The company states that it should be the players themselves who decide which games and which games are not suitable for their tastes or interests.

Steam games library

Valve knows that this move can raise the ire of some collectives with the arrival of certain games, but according to it, freedom must be put before any other aspect, a freedom that in recent years has begun to be too limited.

Despite the fact that the Steam gaming platform makes money through every game that hits the platform, thus far, Valve had been tasked with monitoring and censoring, where appropriate, games that could arouse or promote hate movements towards some groups.

From now on, it is more than likely that they will start to reach the platform games that have usually never been available Due to the censorship that the company applied as games of a racist, sexist, gender-based violence, political nature ... Each person is free to choose which games they want to play and as long as the players have two fingers in the forehead, they know how to differentiate between reality and fiction. In previous years, Valve had been the center of some controversy for preventing or eliminating the arrival of controversial games on the platform.

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