Valve has announced that November 30 will be the target date for the grand reveal of the next set of Steam Greenlight titles. The company claims that according to the trends from current voting, "at least" 10 more games will be offered distribution agreements once all the votes are cast. It is also aiming to debut five "graduating" software titles on the same date.
Valve is known for delays, but it's kept the Greenlight process on track. The company recently announced the most recent titles, right on schedule. Steam has greenlit 31 games in all, two of which have come to fruition so far. The service added a submission fee after the initial flood of games, to slow the tide of duplicate or joke submissions.