Steam Games can now be deleted permanently from your account

We all have those games in our Steam library that we would rather forget about and never see again. If you are one of those people who would like to follow up those words with actions, you can now send a request to Steam to have a game removed permanently from your account.

If you own over a hundred games on Steam, you will probably at one point or enough felt that your library was cluttered, swamped with game after game that you have either never played or never intend on going back to. However if you do go ahead and delete the game from your account, it will be gone forever, regardless of whether or not you have paid money for the game. So it’s not a decision to be taken lightly. Although if the game you wish to remove was added as part of a bundle, the whole bundle will be removed in order to remove that game, so bear that in mind.

Either way, it will be a useful way of cleaning up your library and removing those aweful games from your possession. Forsaken Uprising comes to mind of one game I would’t mind erased from my collection…

The feature has been added to Valve’s Customer Support section and to access it, you can go to Steam Support here and search for the game you wish to have deleted. From there, you’ll see the option to delete the game permanently from your account.

Do you have any embarrassments or abominations you plan on removing?

 

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