Yesterday, Valve unveiled a plan that immediately stirred up controversy within the PC gaming community; Mod developers now have the ability to sell their creations on Steam.
Today Runic Games rolled out the official toolset for Torchlight 2. The editor, dubbed GUTS, allows players to create mods for the PC action RPG. This new editor is accompanied by a flood of new content for the game.
While playing one of the previous Train Simulator games, have you ever wanted to turn your train into, I don't know, a series of interconnected dragons? There's probably a mod for that. Finding such alterations is going to be easier than ever before as Railsimulator.com has announced that Steam Workshop functionality will be integrated into Train Simulator 2012.
Sid Meier's Civilization V has been out for a couple of years now, meaning modders the world over have had nearly 24 months to tweak the game to their heart's desire. Those game changing additions are now easier than ever for players to enjoy as 2K Games and Steam announces the inclusion of Civilization V in the Steam Workshop.
Valve has released the "Perpetual Testing Initiative" for the PC and Mac versions of Portal 2. This free batch of DLC provides players with a much-requested feature: a map editor.
Bethesda provided an update on their progression with Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim's patching. It seems that patch 1.4 for the open-world role-playing game is currently being tested on the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.