Steam Music Player now available for all Steam users

Valve released Steam Music Player to all users of its service that allows them to play their tunes directly within Steam.


Listening to music and playing your favorite video game tend to go hand in hand, depending on the game and what you’re doing in the game. Today, Valve is making it easier to enjoy your tunes while you’re playing with the launch of Steam Music Player.

In order to start enjoying Steam Music Player, all you need to do is direct Steam to where your precious library of MP3s is located on your computer, and voila - you’ll be able to browse your collection of albums and artists directly within Steam. You’ll be able to listen to albums, create and edit playlists and queue up mixes within your Steam library. Steam Music Player also works within the Steam Overlay, which will allow you to control playback without having to leave you game.

Valve is celebrating the release of Steam Music Player by offering select Valve soundtracks DLC for free for those who own the related base game and documentary. If you don’t, you can still enjoy discounts of 75% off on the soundtrack DLCs for Half-Life, Half-Life Two, Half-Life Two: Episode One, Half-Life Two: Episode Two, Portal, Portal 2 and Free to Play.

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