Steam Has Passed 100 Million Active Accounts, Valve Launches Steam Discovery Update

Valve has issued a press release in which the company announced that it has launched the Steam Discovery Update, which introduces new functionality and features designed to optimize the Steam shopping experience as the number of new titles on Steam increases.

As the press release reads, in the past nine months, Steam has added over 1,300 new titles and grown to over 100 million active accounts. The Steam Discovery Update was designed to meet the demands of this growth, and aims to deliver a smarter Home page, offering recommendations based on past purchases, recent playtime, and recommendations by friends.

Steam Search has also been updated with extremely detailed filters. And a new feature called Curators allows anyone to become a taste maker and build a following.

Alden Kroll of Valve said:

“We have made great efforts to increase the number of titles we can publish on Steam, which means more choices for customers. This update introduces multiple features and functionality to help customers explore Steam’s growing catalog and find the games they are most interested in playing.”

Steam is a leading online platform for PC, Mac, and Linux software, games and digital entertainment with over 3,700 titles and 100 million active accounts.

Steam is the product of Valve, creators of game technologies (Source, Steam) and numerous best-selling game franchises (Counter-Strike, Dota 2, Half-Life, Portal, and Team Fortress).

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John Papadopoulos

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