Steam’s Library Update Is Now Available to Everyone

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The Steam Library Update is officially out of beta. All users can now enjoy a revamped library with fancier aesthetics and novel ways of organizing their titles, such as collections and shelves, which put favorites at a glance. Remote Play Together has also been released to all Steam users, enabling online support for local multiplayer games.

The new Steam library was built with the belief that our libraries are valuable to us – for some customers, they contain more than fifteen years of games. From your absolute favorite AAA title that all your friends are playing, to that solo indie art project that only you seem to love, your Steam library represents your gaming history.


Tsing Mui
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