In a recent post on the Steam Blog, Alden Kroll said that Steam Greenlit would be replaced by a fee-based service.
The service, called Steam Direct, is touted for an official release in Spring 2017 and will serve as the new system for developers to get their games listed on Steam.
Valve has contacted other developers about suggestions regarding the acceptable fee amount for this service, and the response has ranged from $100 to $5000.
The reaction to this news has been varied, with supporters saying that this system would free up the traffic of games on Steam and allow for more quality content to get approved. Meanwhile, detractors argue that a fee-based structure will discourage a large portion of indie developers from releasing their games through this service.