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Ever dreamed of seeing your brilliant ideas come to life in games played by millions of people? Now you can, with the Steam Workshop. Here you can submit, find, rate, and download new content and modifications for your favorite Steam games.
Different games may use the Steam Workshop in different ways, but everything here is created by members of the Steam community, just like you.
Today we celebrate the milestone of having 100 games utilizing the Steam Workshop for sharing user generated content in the Steam Community. That is, 100 plus the nine more titles that added support for Steam Workshop while we were busy writing this announcement. So, here you are with 109 opportunities to share your creative energy with the community by creating custom mods or items, or to share in the excitement of others and customize your games.
Each of the 109 titles use the Steam Workshop in different ways, such as for sharing maps, in-game items, custom scenarios, full game conversions, character skins, new game modes, spells, puzzles, quests, characters, language packs, and much, much more. This is all player-driven, where you can create custom game modifications or content for your favorite game and share it with the community.
You can see the full list of products on the Steam Workshop home page: http://steamcommunity.com/workshop/
Over 1,100,000 maps, items, and mods have been posted to the Steam Workshop. This includes everything from custom maps in Civilization V and Monaco to custom in-game items for titles such as Dota 2 and Team Fortress 2.
Over 12 Million gamers have played a modded game or played on custom maps found through the Steam Workshop.
Each of those 12 Million gamers have downloaded an average of 57 items from the Workshop, such as custom maps, weapons, game rules, full conversions, or other modifications.
The Steam Workshop has served nearly 700 Million downloads to date.
Gamers have voted over 32 Million times on items in the Workshop, with 90% of those being up-votes.
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