Steam finally realizes that searching for a game out of the 50 thousand the platform has is not very easy, but that will change now! Steam has launched a new feature to make the game-finding experience easier for its players. But learn more about this new feature.
Search games on steam? It’ll be easier from now on!
The game library available for purchase on Steam reaches over 50 million, and this number is increasing day by day. With this future growth, the problem of finding our favorite game will become more difficult for everyone. Valve has been trying to overcome this difficulty with research tools for several years, but it hasn’t been very effective.
Last year, a new search menu was launched in beta mode, which includes a “New and Noteworthy” section and a more detailed description by category. But now, these two features are permanent on Steam for all users and it’s already a bit overdue.
The benefit of all of them is clear. When it comes to “new and noteworthy”, we will be able to quickly access our bestselling games list, recently updated titles list, following scores, new stuff and current discounts. For new classes, we have more options to define which game we are looking for, not only by genres, but also by game themes. For example, Pixel Games & Retro, 18+, there is a category for this. It used to be there, but now it’s finally easier to get to.
In addition to these new features, this menu makes it easy to access specific things like soundtracks, virtual reality games, demos, early access titles, and more. Now, given that there are so many other genres, themes, and categories, it is doubtful how much more clear everything will be. Users will have time to see if this will make it easier to find their preferred addresses. We hope all is well!
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