New Images Give a First Look at the Potential Redesign for Steam

New Images Give a First Look at the Potential Redesign for Steam

According to some new images from a presentation, the Steam store page appears to be on the way for a fresh new design in the future.

For well over a decade, Steam has been the dominant place for PC gamers to grab games digitally and while the platform has seen its share of changes over the years, new images have shown that a potentially more substantial redesign may be in the works for the game storefront.

SteamDB and Steam Status creator Pavel Djundik shared a few images of what appears to be a potential look for a redesign of the Steam store page, with the images from Djundik sourced from a presentation that Valve showed in January of this year.

According to Djundik, a redesign for Steam has been in the works “for years now” at Valve, with the images he shared appearing to show some more progressive work on giving the store page a facelift compared to the past iterations of the platform.

Alongside the image of the page itself, the slide that Djundik shared from the presentation showed that the redesign — which highlighted a game page for Rainbow Six Siege — would provide a focus on a “rich display of content,” including community screenshots and artwork, updates and news, activity and broadcasts from friends, and more.

While no specific timeline or confirmation has been provided by Valve yet as to when we can expect a redesign for the store page to land, the images at least give an indication that some changes appear to on the way for Steam, at least visually.