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Just a quick question about Steam!

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June 16, 2014 7:05:34 PM

Hola! On Steam I am looking to purchase a game that is on sale for about $2.00. The PC that I use now can not run it, but I am building a new PC that will be able to run it soon. So I was just wondering if I could purchase a game on Steam, not download the actual game to the PC I'm using now, but then download the game on my new PC that I am going to build soon. Thanks!

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June 16, 2014 7:26:07 PM

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June 16, 2014 7:28:37 PM

The games you purchase on steam are held in a "Library". You can access your Steam account on any computer you want, giving you access to your library of games and the option to download them. You can download them to as many computers as you want! ( as long as your logged in on the steam ID that the game was purchased on )
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June 19, 2014 2:30:58 PM

Anonymous said:
The games you purchase on steam are held in a "Library". You can access your Steam account on any computer you want, giving you access to your library of games and the option to download them. You can download them to as many computers as you want! ( as long as your logged in on the steam ID that the game was purchased on )


Thanks for the answer, that's what I thought it was but I just needed to make sure!
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June 19, 2014 9:22:38 PM

GPUPacman said:
Anonymous said:
The games you purchase on steam are held in a "Library". You can access your Steam account on any computer you want, giving you access to your library of games and the option to download them. You can download them to as many computers as you want! ( as long as your logged in on the steam ID that the game was purchased on )


Thanks for the answer, that's what I thought it was but I just needed to make sure!


Np! Just ask if you need anymore help! :) 
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