@echodunk Sure, if they make something worth building on, and if the turks want to. It directs games to be built basically as a framework. You would then provide the framework for a modder to build good content within.
@echodunk From Bethesda's side, yes, sure, they said yes to Valve because what do they care? But for indies, this means a place to work when you can't or haven't gotten out from under an existing game. You can play in the little leagues until you get a hit
@echodunk Destiny. Games are content mills. Big pubs don't want to commit anymore, just like movie studios. They're turning toward games that last for half a decade or more (and by last, I mean they're consumable, and temporary, replaced by the next CoD).