Valve surprised all and sundry with the announcement that Steam would come to PlayStation 3, which allows automatic updates to the community, downloadable content and more.
Erik Johnson of Valve, admitted that the company would "love" to do the same in the console of Microsoft. "Yeah. We think customers would like Steam on Xbox 360, We think, anyway. We'd love to try that."
However, Valve wanted to make clear that the decision "not up to us". They would like to speak with Microsoft to relax the strict rules that apply to Xbox Live, for example, not allowing external to add own content to the service (for mods, patches and updates, etc).
These statements XBL closed structure joined the Final Fantasy developer Square Enix XIV, Sage Sundia, who asked Microsoft to relaxed the rules.