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In an interview with IGN, Valve's Greg Coomer said that the company's new operating system, SteamOS, will not claim exclusives for apps or for games.
"You won't see an exclusive killer app for SteamOS from us. We're not going to be doing that kind of thing," he emphasized. He added that Valve didn't want to "create those artificial barriers to accessing content."
"Whenever we talk to third-party partners, we encourage them to put their games in as many places as possible, including not on our platforms," Anna Sweet chimed in. "Because we think that customers are everywhere, and they want to put their games wherever customers are. That would go against our whole philosophy, to launch something that's exclusive to SteamOS or Steam machines."
That also goes for Valve, so Half-Life 3, if that ever comes to fruition, will not be a SteamOS exclusive.
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