The administration of the Steam store warned that prices in the Turkish and Argentine segments of the site will soon be adjusted.

Valve plans to convert price tags into dollars on November 20 of this year. The administration will take this step in response to hyperinflation of the national currencies of these countries, which has significantly devalued money due to the global crisis. Thanks to this solution, store owners want to fix the cost of games and protect themselves from financial risks.

Well, for players from the Russian Federation and CIS countries, this only means that games will become more expensive again.


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