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Valve's Artifact is now "under construction"
New content for Elder Scrolls card game Legends has been axed
Follows CD Projekt killing the console editions of Gwent last week
Riot says it is trying to make card games more accessible with Legends of Runeterra
"We love [card] strategy games and we think more people will love them too if they're more accessible"
Valve's Artifact sees 81 per cent dip in concurrent players from launch
11,596 users at time of writing - but don't rule out this new card game yet
Valve attempts to course correct Artifact’s controversial payment system
The card game’s complex monetisation blasted as predatory by beta players
Valve to showcase Artifact’s tournament mode with a special 128-player event
Artifact Preview Tournament competitors to fight over a slice of the $10,000 prize pool
Valve doesn’t view Dota 2 card game Artifact as a direct challenge to Hearthstone
Programmer Jeep Barnett is also confident that Valve has always prioritised making its own games
Faeria’s Jean-Michel Vilain: “In a lot of ways we felt like we were breaking new ground”
Belgian studio explains its decision to move away from free-to-play
SuperData reckons the digital card games market will reach $1.5 billion this year
Hearthstone leads the charge on a market expected to grow to $2 billion by 2020
Dota 2 card game Artifact set for November launch
How The Binding of Isaac became a card game
Indie developer Edmund McMillen tells us how a roguelike video game was converted into the physical realm
Mojang’s Scrolls goes free-to-play with a new name
Strategy card game now titled Caller's Bane, with its fate in players’ hands
Bethesda swaps The Elder Scrolls: Legends developers
One month on, how has Grey Alien's Shadowhand done for itself?
After launching on December 7th, Shadowhand made more gross revenue in its first month than the studio's previous title Regency Solitaire made in its lifetime.