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One Year of Steam Workshop

Steam celebrates the first anniversary of the Steam Workshop by offering some statistics about the first year of this home to community-created game content:

It began with Team Fortress 2, and the Workshop has quickly grown to support many others including The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Portal 2, Sid Meier's Civilization V and more with different models of player-created content, exposing many players to the world of modding along the way.

Today, there are 16 shipped game titles supporting the Steam Workshop, with more on the way. Almost 300,000 items are available in the Workshop, ranging between models, animations, maps & levels, scenarios and even full games made in GameMaker Studio. Those items have been consumed through 55 million downloads.

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6. Re: One Year of Steam Workshop Oct 23, 2012, 07:21 jacobvandy
 
Uh, yeah, it's completely different for TF2 and DOTA 2, because the items are sold for money and Valve has quality standards for the custom content put into their online games. Mods for everything else are completely free, in every sense of the word. All kinds of dumb shit gets posted for Skyrim (which is why you sort by popularity or rating).  
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