Steam is horrible at reporting DLC ownership, of this I am fully aware. Steam is equally terrible at displaying available DLC for games that you own, with only two options available: a library linked page that often has nothing listed for games that have tons of DLC, and a store widget with similar problems.
How about adding a search function that will take your owned games and produce a parsed list of games that have DLC (owned or not), that the user can then reference? This suggestion comes from going on a free DLC hunt on my account and finding that clicking through over 1000 titles is more of a chore than I had anticipated.
Add another sorting column on the owned games list that counts the number of DLC for each game entry.
Is this what you're after?
Close. That only lists DLC on promotion. I'm looking for a list of DLC for all owned games. The point is to find owned games that have DLC period, not just sales. For example, were it not for the fact that I needed to do a price check for a trade, I would have never known Galagan's Island had DLC, let alone free DLC. Same for AfterFall Insanity. Having the ability to show games in library that have attached DLC would make it easier to find the content in the first place, as well as hunt free DLC since it will never show on a "promotion" or "weeklong deal".
thumbs up for this suggested feature...afaik there are no other 3rd party steam webtools have offered this kinda feature...steamdb only shows owned games DLCs with a deal...its close enough but isn't perfect...i hope dev would consider to implement this feature out...
Hey, is this still being given attention?
I was searching for something to work like this, so, bringing the post back to life after 6 months... I too give thumbs up for this suggestion =)
steamprices.com has a new feature to show all owned/unowned DLCs...just follow the instruction on how to import things up...
Any updates on this? I'm still looking for a way to do it :(
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