Steam Gets A Soundtrack Application

A new Steam soundtrack app update makes it so soundtracks aren’t DLC anymore, so you can buy them without owning the game.

Steam landing page
Image source: Valve

I’m sure you’ve had times when you play a game and you hear an absolutely gorgeous soundtrack. Utterly captivating and delightful. After playing the game, you notice that one of the title’s music pieces is stuck inside your head. Then you decide to purchase the game’s soundtrack because you ended up loving it that much that you wanted to buy it. Up until now, that was possible in one way. You have to buy the soundtrack as DLC. Thankfully, Steam decided to introduce a soundtrack app that lets you buy the music you want to own directly.

The Steam soundtrack app is an outstanding addition. From now on, people have the ability to purchase tunes on their own. There’s no longer the need to own a game in order to buy its soundtrack. A new interface in Steam’s library lets you create your Steam music director in which you can keep all the tracks that you buy. This was a feature that should have been added a long time ago. But you know what they say, better late than never. Check out their official post for more information about this whole thing.

Image showing Terraria's soundtrack DLC
Terraria’s soundtrack sold as DLC
Image source: Re-Logic

If you want a cool and interesting game with a bunch of excellent music, why not pick up the 2D sandbox Terraria on HRK Game? It’s available for a terrific price!

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