Steam is one of the biggest video-game distribution platforms on the market today.
One of the key elements boasted by Steam is the ability to host and help out indie developers so that they can get recognized.
One such aspect is a user’s ability to follows publishers, curators game developers and more of the like.
However, some Steam users have been complaining about an error message that is preventing them from following any more curators.
Whenever I try to follow a steam curator I get the following message: “There was a problem trying to follow the Steam Curator.” or another message about a problem with servers (I don’t have the exact text right now). The problem occurs regardless of whether I use the steam application or the website.
Why can’t I follow curators?
There’s a limit to how many curators you can follow
Further investigations and discussions among users revealed the answer.
It would seem that Steam doesn’t differentiate between curators, publishers, or developers that you follow.
Additionally, not many people know but Steam has an unofficial limit of 100 follows.
As such, if you are already following the max number then you will not be able to follow another.
If you do try this, you get the “There was a problem trying to follow the Steam Curator” warning everyone else is getting.
Thus, the only logical solution is to simply unfollow curators that haven’t been active in a while, so that you can make room for the new ones.
Steam is not the only one out there
Both of them come with their own mini-clint that acts as both a game launcher and a library.
More so, all of them have weekly sales, as well as massive Summer and Winter Sales where you can get discounted games, DLCs and OSTs.
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