Holy crapping ballsacks, we have a new DiRT game that has been made available exclusively through Steam's Early Access mode. This was not what I was expecting. Codemasters have said that they are focusing entirely on rally, longer stages, more stages, more everything apparently.
We mentioned last week that the PC version of Resident Evil: Revelations 2 had had the co-op mode cut from it, despite the Steam store page originally stating that it would be available by mistake.
The pre-order for the much anticipated Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number has now gone live across a number of digital platforms, as the release is set for March 10th after a long wait.
An update to Resident Evil 5 has just gone out today which adds Steamworks achievements to the game, however reports are saying that the Games for Windows Live portion is still present.
It looks like Bioshock 2 can't be purchased from the Steam store anymore for reasons unknown, but according to 2K games they are working to solve this issue.
Steam are having a rather random sale it seems with the Steam Mystery Midweek - where there will be 40 mystery games on sale with up to 75% off.
When the pre-order for Grand Theft Auto V became available you were able to get $1,000,000 in-game credits as well as an extra $300,000 and a free copy of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas if you pre-ordered before February 1st. However, it looks like Rockstar have extended the date for earning extra stuff, although it doesn't include an extra copy of San Andreas anymore.
Valve has opened up the Steam Workshop to third-party titles, giving modding entrepreneurs more chance to make some money off of their creations.
Kerbal Space Program will be leaving the reigns of Steam's Early Access program in the next update it has been revealed. This is a huge achievement for games these days it seems as a lot are stuck in Early Access for what seems forever sometimes.