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2008

Valve Acquires Turtle Rock Studios

a California-based game development company responsible for one of 2008’s most anticipated titles, Left 4 Dead.

Valve Unveils Steamworks giving third-party game developers the business and technical tools of the Steam platform free of charge.

Valve releases the first major content update for Team Fortress 2 known as The Gold Rush Update or the Medic Update.

The update included three new Medic weapons (the first alternate weapons in the game), a character loadout system, Medic achievements, and a new Payload game mode.

Steam hits over 15 million active accounts and over 300 games.

Left 4 Dead released by Valve. An ironic coincidence with the 10th anniversary of Half-Life according to Valve’s Doug Lombardi.

2009

Steam Cloud is released to developers free of charge enabling seamless application data syncing for all Steam users.

Team Fortress 2 ships its first hat in the Sniper vs Spy Update.

Valve announces Portal 2 via Game Informer following an in-game patch to Portal that included a new “Transmission Received” achievement that led to an epic alternate reality game (ARG). Half-Life fans’ excitement turns to disappointment as another Valve game is announced while their wait continues.

Valve announces it will be bringing its Steam platform and Source game engine to Mac OS X.

It's been XXXX days since Gordon was last seen. #WhereIsGordon

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