Steam is a massive game hub housing thousands upon thousands of games and those who have used it avidly since back in the day know that discovering new games to play can take a long while of browsing. This fact has been apparent for indie developers as well, with some feeling like their discoverability has previously been very poor. Recently, however, Steam updated its discoverability feature and developers are noticing a substantial difference.
No More Robots' Mike Rose recently took to Twitter to praise the feature, adding the upcoming No More Robots-published, Brave at Night-developed kingdom management RPG game Yes, Your Grace's recent success as an example. He stated;
"We announced Yes, Your Grace just over a month ago, and we've seen amazing results", "Around 40% of visits to the store page have come from discoverability, and we've seen incredible wishlist numbers",
"In fact, Yes, Your Grace already has more wishlists than any of our previous games did *at their launches*", "The Discoverability Queue and other various Steam features have massively facilitated this. Just an amazing job all round!"