Valve is still progressing on a Steam overhaul that protects users from seeing content that they aren't interested in. This was born from concern about mature games being available on the platform. Users will be able to ignore up to 10 types of content including developers and publishers, game types, mature titles, and curators. If for example you ignore mature games, but do a search for The Witcher 3, you will be greeted with a filter message that explains that the content you are seeking is blocked by a filter setting. They go onto explain what are "troll games" and the steps they are taking to block companies from uploading malicious titles to the Steam Store. Q: Why do you KEEP asking my d*mn age throughout the store? A: We're with you on this. Unfortunately, many rating agencies have rules that stipulate that we cannot save your age for longer than a single browsing session. It's frustrating, but know we're filling out those age gates too.