Steam Discovery Update 2.0 Gives the Game Store a Fresh New Look
Article by George Norman
On 08 Nov 2016
Visit Valve’s Steam Store and you’ll notice that something’s different, that things aren’t as they used to be. That’s because Valve rolled out Steam Discovery Update 2.0, giving Steam a fresh new look.

"The first Discovery Update was launched two years ago, and dozens of iterative changes have been made since," said Valve in a press release. "Today’s update introduces a larger collection of new features and functionality based on user feedback such as a powerful new preferences options, expanded support for curators, and easier access to your friends’ activity."

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