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Valve accidentally removes CS:GO from Steam Store

It seems that something has gone wrong over on Steam, as a set of games just disappeared from the Steam Store. Making matters worse, one of these is CS:GO, one of the biggest and most-played games on Valve’s platform. 

At the time of writing, CS:GO can not be viewed on the Steam Store and the game’s community hub has also disappeared. However, multiplayer services, workshop and marketplace are still working. As pointed out by SteamDB, other games are also affected.

Over the last three hours, many DLC listings for games have also disappeared, in addition to some of Steam’s movie and TV show collection – an area that Valve stepped away from a while back.

According to SteamDB developer, Pavel Djundik, this appears to be an issue on Valve’s end. Fortunately, the packages are still on Steam, so Valve will soon be able to restore the Steam Store pages and community hub features. There is no ETA for when this might happen but we’ll likely see it fixed at some point today.

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KitGuru Says: Given that CS:GO is consistently one of the top-three most played games on Steam, having it disappear from the Steam Store is a pretty big deal. Hopefully Valve will have a fix in place later today to get everything restored. 

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