Go to the games section of your profile above vapor There is a new tab for perfect games. A list of games that have collected all achievements is displayed. It seems that the achievement showcase works that can be added to the profile have been upgraded and new ways to appear in the point shop have been added. This seems like a step towards that. As PlayStation owners say, you can let them know which game you’ve “platinated” and put it in a glossy digital display cabinet when it’s released.
Steam profile showcases can be upgraded at the points store. The new icons used are: There is also a difference between just upgrading and buying additional slots. There are two new showcases. type_21 = Community Awards type_22 = Featured artwork pic.twitter.com/Ru9lLTmfcZNovember 25, 2020
There is also a new experimental option to give it a try Steam Lab This will bring you to the menu at the top of the storefront[新規および注目すべき]A section has been added[参照]Button[カテゴリ]It can be replaced with the button of. Among them are new ways to explore Steam, special sections (such as free play and virtual reality), genres (because there are sub-genres underneath, there are CRPGs, JRPGs, dungeon crawler under RPG). It is divided into. Etc.), themes (“selection is important”, LGBTQ + etc.), and finally social & players (cooperation, LAN, single player etc.).
Clicking on any of them will take you to the entire game-specific page for that flavor, allowing you to refine your settings using your own version of the front page carousel and even subcategories.So Accompanying blog post Explain, it’s part of Valve’s ongoing efforts to make it easier for you to find what you like. “You might be able to fit the same amount of goods in an outdoor bazaar as in a cramped warehouse, but you’re much more likely to find what you want in the former,” the blog explains.
Valve has noticed that customers are browsing Steam in three different ways. Some are looking for games based on what they want to play, some are looking for games that can be played in a particular context, based on whether they contain specific content. The curator responded, and most collections fit into one of three formats: “Gameplay and genre-based listings like City Builders, theme-based listings like Games with Dogs, or player mode-based listings like Games to Play with Your.”
The 63 categories in this menu are a combination of existing user tags and player modes defined by developer-provided metadata. You can opt in for this change at the following URL: Steam Lab If you want to give it a try, it’s under the store navigation experiment. Since it is still in the experimental stage, some problems may occur. That’s why Valve is looking for feedback, including some JRPGs sneaking into CRPGs. Steam Lab Forum..