Valve has opened the money-making side of Steam Workshop to third-party titles, giving modders more ways to make money.
Are you a modder of Dungeon Defenders: Eternity and Chivalry: Medieval Warfare? You’re lucky, these are the first non-Valve games to support this update.
Community members can create, vote on and buy in-game items – returning some of the income to the modder’s pockets.
Steam Workshop modders have earned over $57 million by modding Valve games.
“We expect more curated Workshops to become available for creators and players in various games over the coming weeks and months,” Valve said in an announcement post.
The company has also launched a new set of tools allowing creators to track their earnings more precisely.