Several of Nexon's free-to-play games will be accessible through Valve's Steam service. Starting today you can play real-physics-based MMO Vindictus, while Dungeon Fighter Online and FPS Combat Arms are expected to drop on Steam later this month.
In Steam, for these titles, no subscription is needed to play, and your Steam Wallet can be used to make in-game purchases.
"Providing our games on Steam is about making it as easy as possible for players to access our games," said Nexon America CEO Daniel Kim. "Valve has been a great global partner to Nexon for many years, and this agreement continues the marriage of Nexon’s immersive content with Valve’s strong distribution channel and large player community. With Valve’s introduction of a free-to-play channel, there are now even more opportunities for our two companies to work together."
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