- Were you craving to try out some of the upcoming Steam games?
- You have the chance to play over 600 during this year's Next Fest.
- There will also be a lot of developer live streams for you to watch.
- Keep in mind that the Next Fest will be ongoing until February 28.
You guessed it, it’s time for the semi-annual Steam Next Fest, which features gameplay live streams, developer chats, tutorials, and of course, playable demos for hundreds of upcoming games.
This major event is actually a great way to get hands-on with unreleased games you’ve been keeping your eye on, as well as stuff you haven’t seen before or wouldn’t consider throwing money at without a test drive first.
The only downside to this gaming celebration, if we can call it that, is that there are literally hundreds of demos, and only one week to enjoy them all.
The Steam Next Fest is live unti February 28
To be a bit more precise, are a total of 628 demos in this round of the Next Fest, according to Valve officials.
We know that it’s humanly impossible to go through all of them, as you would have to average 89.7 demos per day if you want to master them all.
Furthermore, Valve expects a few more demos to become available as Next Fest rolls on, so the task of playing them all just went from impossible to never going to happen.
By heading over to the official event website, you will discover all the playable demos, categorized by how popular they are, most wishlisted, and most played during Steam Next Fest.
The event has just started and will continue until Monday, February 28th, so there is still time for you to take the ones that intrigue you for a spin.
You can also watch the live streams we mentioned above on the same event website, so there’s no need to wander all over the internet.
You might also like to know that there are a lot of discounts on the Stean store during this event, so feel free to browse and maybe gift yourself a title you’ve been craving to play.
Out of all the demos listed during this year’s event, which one is your absolute favorite? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.