Valve has today announced that their new Steam Music service that allows gamers to listen to music whilst they game has just been released out of beta and is now available to all Steam account holders to enjoy.
The new Steam Music Player makes it east for you to listen to your music collection while you play games on Steam. Simply show Steam where your music files are located and then browse your collection to choose what to listen too.
“You’ll also find your Steam Soundtracks DLC in your Steam Music library when the associated base game is installed. Listen to albums, queue up mixes, and create playlists you love, right in your Steam library. Best of all, it’s all available right within the Steam Overlay, so you can control playback without leaving your game. The Steam Music library and player consist of all the basics you need to enjoy your music without switching tasks.
To celebrate the release of the Steam Music, the following Valve soundtracks DLC are now available for free to those who own the related base games and documentary. In addition, the following Valve games are on sale for 75% off.*”
For more information on the new Steam Music Player jump over to the Valve Steam Store website for details.
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