Users can now add The Steam Replay 2022 feature to their profile, highlighting their most played games from last year!
Valve finally adds the long-requested ability for Steam users to embed their Steam Replay 2022 showcases in their profiles. Video gaming on personal computers is a popular pastime and, for some, even a serious obsession. The Steam Replay provides insight into this pastime, commemorating a year of dedication to PC gaming. It seems that Valve is delighted to encourage the mindset that many Steam users view it as a badge of honor to share with others.
About the new feature by Steam
In 2022, Valve has implemented a fun new feature called Steam Replay. It’s Valve’s year-end retrospective for all Steam users. Moreover, there was a wealth of information available to Steam users, including the total amount of time spent gaming, favorite games, number of achievements, data for individual games, and more. Even after the year 2022 has passed, Steam users will be able to look back and see what PC games they played the most often.
You can also see what were the all-time favorites of Steam users last year here.
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How to add your Steam Replay data to your profile
To share your gaming achievements on Steam to your profile, learn by following these 3 easy steps:
- Click “Profile” on the Steam client UI.
- Next, you will notice a banner that reads “New! Click here to add your 2022 Replay Showcase.”
Naturally, not every Steam user is going to create a Steam Replay 2022 profile exhibit. It’s possible that some individuals might prefer their peers not to know how much time they spent playing games. At least Valve gives Steam customers a say in the matter.
As more time passes, we can only hope that Valve will eventually give customers the option of displaying any replay year they choose. We can also hope that Half-Life might come this year.