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You can now see exactly how much you have spent on Steam

How much have you spent on the platform?

You can now see exactly how much you have spent on Steam

You can now see exactly how much you have spent on Steam

Steam has been with us for over 14 years, quickly becoming a critical app for PC gamers across the world as the platform transitioned to a primarily digital distribution model. 

Over this time Steam has become famous for their sales events, with the vast majority of AAA PC games releasing on the platform, which means that most users of the application have spent an extremely large amount of money on the service.

Before now, some services have been able to estimate the value of your Steam account, but now Valve has released an official tool that calculates your Steam account spending. Note that this only considers the money that has been added to Steam from external sources, so the value of 3rd party game key redemptions is not considered here, which will significantly reduce Valve's final spending figures for a lot of users.   

Here's a link to Valve's "External Funds Used" webpage, if you dare to find out how much you have spent directly on Steam over the years. 
 

You can now see exactly how much you have spent on Steam

  
Leaked data from SteamDatabase has suggested that Valve's Steam Summer Sale will start sometime tomorrow, beginning at approximately 9.55 am PST and 5.55 pm BST, giving PC gamers a new opportunity to add some extra money to their Steam spending. 

You can join the discussion on Valve releasing a Steam Spending webpage on the OC3D Forums.  

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20-06-2018, 04:21:43

Peace
Nice, I thought I'd have spent around 2k already, but it seems as I'm a little over 75% of that. With purchases from Humble Bundle, G2A, G2Play and other resellers, this might add up to 2k though :X

What does PWSpend and OldSpend mean?Quote

20-06-2018, 04:43:44

Warchild
hah total spending since 2014... $400 approx. Clearly not a hardcore gamer like most of you.

$200 of that was for big titles like Skyrim/Skyrim VR..Quote

20-06-2018, 04:45:42

fadingfool
Only $2.7K since 2009 - probably need to add some extra for humble bundles and the original L4D and L4D2 (I bought physical copies and activated through steam) . Doesn't seem too bad. Works out an average of $5 a game I've spent.Quote

20-06-2018, 04:46:15

Dicehunter
Not too bad, $2,600 since 2007, I know some others who have easily double that, Roughly $4 per week spent.Quote

20-06-2018, 04:51:54

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Not too bad, $2,600 since 2007, I know some others who have easily double that.
To me anything over 2K is alot and I have seen your games list Dice. It's over 600% more than my list haha

What would have been interesting to see is a graph scaling the avg price per AAA game over the years.Quote
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