Steam Wallet Cards can be used to pay for games on the platform, which was designed to make it easier to shop and pay for digital goods.
However, the new cards have been criticized for allowing users to use the cards to spend money on purchases of goods without having to pay by card.
Valve is working on a new set of cards that will allow the company to more easily move money between the users accounts without requiring a card.
The new cards are not yet available, but the company said they will be soon.
The company said it was introducing new features and improvements to the Steam Wallet cards, but that it was not planning to roll out a replacement.
“With Steam Wallet, you can use Steam Wallet to pay with your Steam Wallet.
Steam Wallet doesn’t need a card to use it.
If you use your Steam Card to pay on the Steam Store, you’ll still be able to use Steam Card, and we’re working to make that even easier,” a Valve spokesperson told The Verge.
“This is something we’re planning to make available in a future update.”
The new cards will also be compatible with other cards, so the new ones will work with other card types, the spokesperson added.
But while Valve has said that it is making changes to its card, the cards still have to be registered in the Steam user database, which means that some of the existing cards have to remain in use.
If a card has been registered and is still in use, the user is not required to sign in again to the card to spend the money.
It was not immediately clear how many users had registered for the cards, or how many of them were still using the old cards.
Valve said it has received more than 6 million Steam Wallet card requests, which is a far cry from the 6 million cards it received for a similar initiative last year.
The new Steam Cards are part of a wider push by Valve to make the Steam ecosystem more seamless and secure, which it says has helped increase user engagement and adoption of the platform.
According to Valve, the Steam wallet program has helped more than 60 million people spend more than $6.4 billion on Steam since its launch.
Despite those numbers, the company has faced criticism from some quarters, with the American Civil Liberties Union of California saying the cards have made the platform less secure and have allowed for online harassment.