Details such as pricing and availability dates were not revealed. "Activision has been a player on every major gaming platform dating back to the Atari 2600," said Valve co-counder and president Gabe Newell. "We're delighted to welcome them to Steam, and offer this legendary company's products."
Update: Valve has provided Shacknews with pricing information for the games. Call of Duty, Call of Duty United Offensive, and GUN will all be priced at $19.95. Call of Duty 2 will be priced at $39.95. All four games are expected to launch this month.
Wow, that's great to see a publisher push support behind STEAM. Especially with newer, full scale titles like CoD2 and Gun.
Yep, I'm excited about it. I haven't played either of those yet, but if the price is right on Steam I'll be all over them.