Steam have released a new DLC discover hub, which looks like a pretty cool feature. Usually, they are giving you offers on games you don’t own and bundles on games by various developers however, this new feature is for DLC only.
In a new release on Steam, you now have the option to see DLC for all the games you own and this is prioritised by games you have recently played or play more than others. Although the game page usually includes all DLC for that particular game, it’s a way for you to see all DLC available to you for games you own and play regularly, so you may just find something you didn’t realise was out. As you can see from mine, my top DLC recommendation is Rust as that is one of the games I have the most hours in:
A nice little feature as part of this is that Steam will show you the amount of games in your library, the DLC in library and the amount of DLC available, which you have currently not purchased. If you’re like me and don’t tend to buy DLC content unless I need to, then yours will look somewhat like mine:
Overall, I think it’s a good feature to have. It’s personally not something I will use too often as I tend to stick to a few games and don’t regularly buy DLC. However, for others, who regularly keep updated with DLC content, then it will come in handy.
Check it out: Steam DLC Discovery Hub