I can’t believe I’ve never seen or wondered about this before, but it turns out that you can scrape data from Steam and find out how much it costs to buy the entire service catalog. Will happen. And it will be … much less than you think?
Chenggang Wang Called a lil ‘site Buy all steam games, And it continuously tracks the platform and finds out what the cumulative value of the entire shopfront is. This means that we can not only get historical data (the total value has more than doubled since 2017), but also check when a big sale takes place.
It also includes games, sure, but Wang clarified with me that it also counts DLC and other things, such as you can also buy digital copies of soundtracks and art books.
I figured that $ 538,000 would probably get me half of the DLC Crusader Kings IIIs not Entire store.
Note that the total figure is approximate, because the value is Continuous As new games are added to Flux and individual titles relate to specific sales or discounts for larger events such as summer sales.