Folks heading to the Steam store will get a surprise today. Valve has revamped the store's layout as part of its Discovery Update, which aims to make it easier for users to find new games.
Along with a blue-ish UI makeover, the update includes four major new features:
I'll have to send more time browsing the new storefront to see if I like it, but either way, I can see why Valve felt compelled to overhaul things. The company says over 1,300 games have been added to Steam in the past nine months alone. Without some robust discovery features, a lot of those titles—especially indie releases—would probably go unnoticed.
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