Valve destroys Steam Deck and crushes Vortigont to show what Steam cards are for

Valve destroys Steam Deck and crushes Vortigont to show what Steam cards are for

Valve suddenly decided to explain what Steam cards are for and released an instructional video.
A very violent tutorial video with wild humor: everything that gets there is crushed, destroyed, burned and smashed.During the filming of the video suffered:Steam Controller.Plasticine vortigont.Valve Index along with controllers.
Figurines from Dota 2.Piggy Kopilka.Steam Deck.Plasticine dwarf Chomski with the voice of a scientist from the first Half-Life.Execution of Valve Index and Steam Deck is accompanied by the inscription: \"No working Index or Deck was not damaged during the filming of this video\".
The Steam Controller, on the other hand, had no such inscription.
Did they really put a working controller in a blender?! Starring in the video is SirActionSlacks, a popular presenter and interviewer in the Dota 2 community.
In the comments on YouTube, he shared his impressions of the footage:It was great to break down these non-functioning pieces of iron for THEY WERE LACKING and can't be delivered to gamers all over the world.
Let the other hardware look at their fallen brothers and remember the price of weakness! All this was to remind you: cards in Steam are dropped simply during the game (if there are cards in it).
Cards can be traded or sold.
If you collect the full set, the cards can be merged - then you'll have a badge and cosmetic gimmicks for your profile on Steam, as well as increasing the level - it depends on some social features such as the maximum number of friends.Probably, the roller coincides with the start of the summer sale in Steam - it starts tomorrow, June 23, at 20:00 Moscow.
There will drop special, mysterious cards from which you can scramble a unique icon.Probably, to thank for the flow of creativity from Valve worth Casey Aitchison.
She recently became the vice president of marketing at Valve and has recently appeared frequently in the company's videos: for example, in the video about Steam's summer sale, or in the adventures of Gabe the Courier.
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