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Bigger and beta

Remember when Steam was a drab olive green? That was a long, long time ago, and yet Steam’s library, the place we go to launch games every day, has rarely changed in that time. In fact, rumours and leaked images have pointed to a new library design since 2017. Valve’s been taking its time, but it’s finally here: a spiffy new library with smarter tools for organising games and big, shiny box art that makes browsing a pleasure.

“There are three main goals,” said Valve’s Alden Kroll when he showed off the library redesign at an event in Seattle. “To help players

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