Steam Is Now Going To Allow You to Hide Games You Don’t Want Other People to See

Steam is now going to allow you to hide games you don’t want other people to see. A just recently released beta update to Steam introduces a compelling privacy feature.

Steam Is Going To Allow You Hide Games

Steam Is Going To Allow You Hide Games

Valve just recently announced a new privacy feature for the Steam client today that allows gamers and players to select whether certain games they purchase and own on the platform are visible to others on the platform. As per the update announcement, kicking off today, Steam beta testers will now be able to mark games as private in a bid to keep them, well, private.

How the New Privacy Beta Update Works

You can now mark a game private from three places which are your shopping cart, your game list in a web browser, or directly from the Steam client itself. The new privacy filter as you should know is excellent if it is that you have been holding off on purchasing OnlyCans: Thirst Date for the last two years or so or you just really don’t want your friends and other people to know that you are deeply into oddly specific simulator games.

Other Notable Features of the New Beta

And apart from being able to just mark a purchase private at checkout, the new beta in question also comes with two other shopping cart updates and they are; a way to add gift games for several friends to your cart at once as well as a single shopping cart for every device (though this very unified cart is only available in the beta Steam client for the time being).



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