According to an informant @gabefollower, Valve registered a new trademark named Neon Prime. It is still unclear as to what it is but it is undoubtedly game-related software according to the description, so it’s not some hardware like the Steam Deck. Fans are speculating about it, while some of which sound legit.
Valve’s Neon Prime is a trademark registered recently, and it could be a new game. Valve Corporation fans have high hopes of it turning out to be a game.
In this day and age, subscription services are a huge thing and are something preferred by many people. Neon Prime can also be Valve’s monthly service like Gamepass or PlayStation plus.
There’s a chance that it’s an anti-cheat to prevent cheaters from destroying the experience of online games on their digital games platform, Steam.
Valve is Steam’s parent company, a video game digital distribution store. Meanwhile, Valve is a developer, publisher of numerous franchises like Half-Life, Counter-Strike, Portal, Day of Defeat, Team Fortress, Left 4 Dead, and Dota.
The company doesn’t have many titles, but many are phenomenal and hook the players in the long run. Some notable examples of Valve’s phenomenal and most successful titles are Team Fortress 2, Dota 2, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
Although it might not be a suitable time, they will announce another game since their last game was Half-life Alyx in 2020. So the latest trademark registration is definitely for a new game title named Neon Prime.
On the other side, we can also consider that this title is for their new software instead of a game. Now, this could be a subscription service like an Xbox Game Pass. It means that the company might be considering the opportunity to allow people to play different games monthly just for a small price of a monthly subscription fee.
I’ll repeat, it is very unclear right now what the trademarked title is for. So currently, all fans are simply speculating. For that instance, it is essential to take this news with a grain of salt and wait for the official confirmation from Valve.
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