Construct 2 will be de-listed from Steam on Jan 31st

  • After around 6 years on Steam, as part of our wider plans to phase out Construct 2, we will be removing Construct 2 from sale on Steam on January 31st 2019.

    Existing customers will be unaffected. We will continue to support existing C2 users on Steam, and maintain the software with updates, on equal terms to the standalone version as we have done over the past 6 years, until C2 is fully retired. This only removes the option for new customers to purchase from Steam.

    Construct 2 will continue to be available on the Scirra Store for the time being. This announcement only affects the Steam version of Construct 2. At this time we do not have any further news about when C2 will be retired. However customers should note that Construct 2 was first released around 8 years ago in 2011, and will be retired in future, so we recommend that any new customers purchase Construct 3.

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  • Rent Construct 3.. you don't purchase it.

  • After around 6 years on Steam, as part of our wider plans to phase out Construct 2, we will be removing Construct 2 from sale on Steam on January 31st 2019.

    Existing customers will be unaffected. We will continue to support existing C2 users on Steam, and maintain the software with updates, on equal terms to the standalone version as we have done over the past 6 years, until C2 is fully retired. This only removes the option for new customers to purchase from Steam.

    Construct 2 will continue to be available on the Scirra Store for the time being. This announcement only affects the Steam version of Construct 2. At this time we do not have any further news about when C2 will be retired. However customers should note that Construct 2 was first released around 8 years ago in 2011, and will be retired in future, so we recommend that any new customers purchase Construct 3.

    I have the personal version via Steam, am I still obliged to upgrade to the professional version if I hit the earning limit of $5,000?

    And what chrisinfinger said, I am not a fan of renting software either.

  • Yes, the same license restrictions still apply after de-listing. If you use a Steam license and need to upgrade after de-listing, please contact supportfbd@scirra.com and we'll sort something out.

  • Retire it and I'll continue use it until the pricing model or free edition of c3 changes.

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