Valve may not only attend next month's Gamescom public gaming event in Germany, but the company might also bring its Steam Controller to the show. That's according to a listing on the Gamescom website, which states "Valve Corporation" will have a presence at the show.
The page suggests that Valve's booth at Gamescom will include "controllers," potentially referencing the Steam Controller, which we got our latest look at during GDC in March. We have reached out to Valve for details regarding the company's official plans for Gamescom.
The Gamescom website has a less-than-excellent track record when it comes to information about Valve products. After all, two years ago the site said Half-Life 3 would be at the show.
Gamescom 2014 takes places August 13-17 in Cologne, Germany. The show is open to the public, so if you're able to attend, you might even get to go hands-on with the Steam Controller. GameSpot will be in attendance at the show, bringing you all the news as it happens.
The latest version of the in-development Steam Controller showed that it hadn't changed much from the initial prototype we saw last September. The controller is rumored to go on sale sometime this fall, though Valve has yet to confirm availability details for the input.
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