Previously available in Steam Labs, some of the biggest changes to the Steam Store in years are now live for everyone.
This update to the Steam Store brings a new look for various tags, genres, categories and other themed pages across the whole thing. You would have seen them in action during the various sales but now they're everywhere. This is part of Valve's work to make finding games easier, given how Steam has grown to host a massive amount of games.
You can find all the categories at the top of the Steam Store:
Some of what's new includes the hub pages for all categories, themes, genres, and tags with each of them being personalized for you if you're signed in:
You get the usual big banners of games trying to grab your attention, and then plenty of filtering and sorting options below and this is on every single type of tag on the store. It's actually quite an impressive advancement for the store and should make finding something to play easier since you can tweak what you find to your liking.
This is why Valve continue to get my money. Not just because of Linux support and the Steam Deck but they are clearly always trying to make even just the basic store experience better.