Coming off of a year where discoverability was of prime concern to a number of indie developers, Steam's 2019 plan (at least in writing) seems to be to attempt to improve those issues.
In a year in review post to the Steamworks Development blog, Valve offered a brief overview of some of the features the company is working to incorporate into the storefront in 2019. At the top of the list? Store Discoverability.
"We're working on a new recommendation engine powered by machine-learning, that can match players to games based on their individual tastes," the post reads. "Algorithms are only a part of our discoverability solution, however, so we're building more broadcasting and curating features and are constantly assessing the overall design of the store."
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