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Steam’s free-to-play catalogue is getting another boost from a big-name gaming company, as Nexon has confirmed that three of their most popular titles are headed to the digital distributor’s service.

According to The Verge, MMO hack-and-slasher Vindictus will be the first game to hit Steam, followed up by Combat Arms and Dungeon Fighter Online.

Each one arguably holds a claim in Nexon’s “top five” most popular games, and with Steam’s 4.5 million registered users, this looks like it’s going to benefit both companies very well indeed.

In fact, free-to-play seems to be the most popular thing on the Steam service period—Valve’s Team Fortress 2 remains the most played game in the network, most likely supported by the game’s recent switch to the “F2P” model.

Source: The Verge

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Nexon Bringing Vindictus, Combat Arms, Dungeon Fighter Online To Steam

By EGM Staff | 06/25/2012 02:46 PM PT

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Steam’s free-to-play catalogue is getting another boost from a big-name gaming company, as Nexon has confirmed that three of their most popular titles are headed to the digital distributor’s service.

According to The Verge, MMO hack-and-slasher Vindictus will be the first game to hit Steam, followed up by Combat Arms and Dungeon Fighter Online.

Each one arguably holds a claim in Nexon’s “top five” most popular games, and with Steam’s 4.5 million registered users, this looks like it’s going to benefit both companies very well indeed.

In fact, free-to-play seems to be the most popular thing on the Steam service period—Valve’s Team Fortress 2 remains the most played game in the network, most likely supported by the game’s recent switch to the “F2P” model.

Source: The Verge

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