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You can now permanently delete games from your Steam Account

You can now permanently delete games from your Steam Account

Windows 10 is already more popular than any Linux or Mac OS on Steam

You can now permanently delete games from your Steam Account

 

Has there even been a game that you regretted purchasing? A game that was so bad that you simply never want to even look at it again? GOOD NEWS, now through Steam's Help tool you can now permanently delete games from your Steam Account, allowing you to permanently get rid of a title from your Steam Library. 

The easiest way to access this is to Go to Steam's Help menu and  search for the game that you wish to delete and after clicking on that title under "What problem are you having with this product?" you simply need to click "I want to permanently remove this game from my account". After this you get a warning and are told that this process is irreversible, but if you click it the game is gone, almost like you never owned it. 

 

You can now permanently delete games from your Steam Account

 

 Right now not all games can be removed from Steam, but the vast majority of titles will be able to be deleted. 

 

You can join the discussion on permanently deleting games from your Steam library on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

04-12-2015, 08:35:31

Dark NighT
Nice nice, i have some titles that came in bundles i wont ever want to see again.

Edit: Word of warning, games that came in the big publisher packs cannot be removed unless you want to remove the entire pack.Quote

04-12-2015, 14:42:09

yassarikhan786
The majority of my Steam library hasn't been touched so I don't know for certain if I have any turds in there. Nevertheless, this will be useful when I inevitably encounter a game I can't stand.Quote

04-12-2015, 14:50:01

Kushiro
Now if only it was more recycling than delete.Quote

04-12-2015, 14:58:26

cooperman
Sounds like a very bad idea just think if someone get's on your account and delete's all your stuff.
I should just be allowed to sell games i own not delete them forever.Quote

04-12-2015, 15:11:22

NeverBackDown
Does this process also give you a refund?Quote
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