Richard Garfield has weighed in on what went wrong with Valve’s Artifact, and he partially blames review bombs.
Twitch has found out about the highly inappropriate (and sometimes illegal) streams taking over the Artifact channel, and they’ve taken action.
Twitch’s Artifact streaming directory seems to have taken on a life of its own since the game collapsed.
Valve has finally broken its silence on Artifact, following the game's underwhelming release late last year.
The future of Artifact is looking bleaker than ever, as several key figures who worked on the development of the game are no longer associated with the project due to layoffs at Valve, which includes ...
Just when you thought Artifact couldn’t get any worse, along comes 2019, bringing with it even fewer players than the game had in 2018.
It's hard to pinpoint the exact reason why so many people dislike Artifact and why the player base has vanished since its launch - there are just too many reasons to dislike the game to pick just one.
It was a little over two weeks ago that we wrote about Valve’s digital trading card game, Artifact, losing a dramatic number of players. Unfortunately - albeit unsurprisingly - the game has continued ...
The former Valve writer who wrote Portal 1, 2, and Left 4 Dead has returned to Valve, but this doesn’t necessarily mean Half-Life 3 is just around the corner.
Valve's Artifact Concurrent Users Has Dropped Dramatically, Now Out Of Top 100 Played Games On Steam
Valve’s return to the world of video game development has not exactly been as triumphant as the company may have hoped, as its most recent release, Artifact, has already seen a significant drop in Ste...
Valve’s first major video game release in roughly five years, Artifact, is available now through Steam for $19.99 USD. If you’re looking to get a leg up on the competition in the digital trading card ...
Valve has taken the wise course of changing the name of “Crack The Whip” from their upcoming digital trading card game, Artifact.
Another piece of evidence has presented itself, indicating that Valve is truly getting back into the business of making video games.