Steam Reaches 6,000 Games

That's up from 3,700 less than a year ago.

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Valve's PC digital distribution storefront, Steam, has reached yet another milestone. There are now more than 6,000 games on the platform, up substantially from 3,700 less than one year ago.

As noted by NeoGAF, this figure does not count games have been delisted.

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By comparison, EA's Origin store counts just over 500 games in its library, while The Witcher developer CD Projekt Red's DRM-free storefront, GOG, boasts more than 1,200 titles.

By Valve's latest count, Steam had more than 125 million users, gaining 25 million in less than six months.

In September 2014, Valve released the "Steam Discovery update," which introduces a range of features and functionality aimed at helping you filter through the flood of new releases. For more on that initiative, be sure to read GameSpot's interview with Valve about it.

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