A few days ago, we picked up the filtering of a redesign of the Steam interface that gave a more modern (and more customizable) touch to our game library. Actually, it was just a closer version of an update that Valve has been developing behind the scenes for a long time, but it seems that they are finally ready to make it come true.
As Valve explains to the developers They work with Steam, the redesign of the library is close and we can enjoy it in a matter of a few weeks. Naturally, it will arrive in beta form and then be released to the rest of the audience. If you want to be among the first to experience the new interface, remember to sign up to the Steam beta client from the parameters option.
As you can see in the image that accompanies the news, the new library combines the options of listing and boxes that currently exist. We can choose which ones we want to show, filtering by favorites and more. A box is also added in the upper margin to quickly view the latest updates and news of our games. Once inside your file, we can more easily see the activity of our friends, available sessions, upcoming events and content or even jump directly to the mods when it becomes available.
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