Above you can see a concept art from the future!
The Music library function of Steam is finally public to every players, so from now on you are available to listen to your games’ soundtracks and your favorite songs from your machine. It’s a really good feature on Steam, but it raises questions about music and Steam. Since there are digital shops like iTunes and Google Music they are ruling the online market right now as we speak. The main question is that will Vale jump into the music industry or not? Will Steam feature album and music deals about 2 or 3 years from now?
We don’t have an answer yet, but I am interested in the opinion of the community on this topic. Steam and music could be such a game-changer for Steam and because of that there would be more users on the service. On the other hand not many gamers welcome music, in particular “mainstream music” very well.
As you can see from the screenshots below, it’s a pretty nice looking user interface already and they are constantly improving on the whole experience. It’s interesting to see that the music app on Xbox One was released not a month ago and that has pretty basic features.
More new features are coming soon, there is a playlist feature and now you are able to listen and download your purchased games’ soundtrack to your PC and Steam Machine.