Reply 40 of 58, by twiz11
RandomStranger wrote on 2022-04-21, 05:25:Shagittarius wrote on 2022-04-21, 04:58:The Serpent Rider wrote on 2022-04-19, 09:51:
That's coming from a company which is actively trying to fool customers that they don't own anything on account and just "rent" it. The saving grace here is that their DRM is not intrusive and could be cracked on client level, should Steam go under. But Valve is just too big to fail now.
Yes, this is a lie, valve never said anything like that. All you have to do is ask how could valve legally remove protections from games they signed contracts to distribute? Answer: They can't.
Probably they can't. But can they arrange that you can move your library to a different service? Something like GoG connect. Though that would cost money to an already failing company.
I was thinking of migrating the licenses to the files to an nft blockchain you download and verify through your private key.
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