Posted on August 13, 2012, Phil Hornshaw Steam Community Update to Feature Player Screens, Videos
Valve is rolling out new features for Steam that focus on community involvement, screenshots, videos, and game discussions in an effort to make it easier for players to connect over their favorite games.
Over the next three days, update to Steam are being rolled out to focus on the new features. Today’s update brings “Game Hubs” to each title in the Steam catalog, where players can see the most popular videos, Steam Workshop content, screenshots and discussions created by other players.
All the content is also player-curated by default, because Game Hubs aggregate the most popular, well-rated content created by the community. That means you’ll be seeing the things that other people like, and the things that you like have the potential to get elevated as well.
You can get more information on Steam’s new features from steamcommunity.com.