and in the hands of several Valve employees. This, of FIFA Coins course, is not the final design of the Steam Machine, nor is it the only one, but provides some idea as to what type of dimensions Valve might be shooting for.Surprisingly, the Steam Machine prototype doesn't look that much different than the Xbox One, with a mostly black finish and a solid rectangular shape. The console's guts might be extremely different from Microsoft's next-gen console, but it appears Valve wants to

 

a relatively inoffensive looking device. Click the image below for FUT 17 Coins a closer look at the prototype. In other Valve-related news, it appears the dates for Steam's Autumn and Holiday Sale have leaked thanks to a Russian developer. The dates have yet to be confirmed by Valve, but the unnamed Russian developer does have a game on the Steam store, which further suggests the dates' legitimacy. So, gamers better start saving their cash as the Autumn Sale will allegedly run from

 

27th to December 3rd and the Holiday Sale will follow shortly thereafter, from December 19th until January 2nd.The developer in question posted an internal, and confidential, e-mail to Reddit, which features a little bit of inside baseball information regarding how Steam sales work, specifically with regards to discounts.Essentially, discounts come in several forms during a sale, but are primarily regulated to the 'Duration Discount' and 'Promo Discount' categories. A duration

 

is the amount a game is sold at during the, you guessed it, duration of the u2fifa Steam sale, while the promo discount is the amount a game is sold at if it gets the Flash Sale, Daily Deal, or Voting Promotion treatment.While we don't know which games will be making their way into the Autumn or Holiday Steam Sales, there have been quite a few high profile titles ( BioShock Infinite, Batman: Arkham Origins, Assassin's Creed 4) released for PC over the past year. And while many gamers