On the night of October 25, account users Steam in Turkey and Argentina received notification that from November 20 Valve will abandon the local currency – now prices will be set in dollars.
On November 20, Steam wallet prices and funds for Turkish users will be converted to US dollars.
What exactly will change is still unknown, but Turkey and Argentina have always been one of the cheapest regions in terms of game prices – and for Russians they have become more relevant than ever after the departure of almost all major Western gaming companies.
How much prices will increase, whether they will simply be analogues from the USA and the like – now this is all a big question. But prices will be set in dollars – judging by similar practices in other stores, this may mean the end of regional prices.