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Ein Japaner hat als erster Spieler überhaupt Nutzer-Level auf Steam erreicht. Für diesen Erfolg waren über fünf Millionen. Steam wurde von der Valve Corporation entwickelt ist eine Internet-Vertriebsplattform für Computerspiele. Bei dieser Plattform sind mehr als. Wahnsinn – Über Spiele und DLCs sind in seiner Steam-Bibliothek. Der Spieler PalmDesert hat aktuell das höchste Steam-Level. Unglaublich! Der User "PalmDesert" hat mit seinem Profil auf Steam als erster User überhaupt Level erreicht. Inzwischen ist er sogar auf. Der erste Steam-Nutzer hat Level erreicht und das war "St4ck" hat derzeit einen Level von und über Abzeichen auf Spiele und dafür bestimmt nicht viel mehr als € ausgegeben in 13 Jahren.
Auf Steam hat der erste Nutzer Level erreicht. XP waren dazu vonnöten. Um das zu erreichen, muss man ein sehr aktiver. Unglaublich! Der User "PalmDesert" hat mit seinem Profil auf Steam als erster User überhaupt Level erreicht. Inzwischen ist er sogar auf. Steam Account viele Spiele und DLC's über € wert Faceit Level 10 Account ( ELO + Matches) + CSGO Steam.
Steam Tools is your first stop for all things badge-related. Full card sets are listed with their average purchase price on the Steam marketplace, with plenty of filters to find the cheapest sets and hide ones you've already crafted.
Simply sort by price, click on the cheapest set's marketplace link, and you'll be taken straight to the current Steam listings for the relevant cards.
From searching to buying, the whole process takes a fraction of the time it would directly through Steam. Steam Tools also features a level-cost calculator for approximating how much you'd need to spend buying cards to reach a particular level.
It doesn't factor in XP earned from non-card badges or Steam sales, so it's a bit of a high-ball estimate, but it still puts the cost of Steam levelling in perspective.
Chump change! Another useful site is Steam Card Exchange. Here you can trade your duplicate cards for ones you actually need by using the site's automated Trading Bot.
Just remember that bots are forbidden by the Steam Subscriber Agreement "You may not use cheats, automation software bots , mods, hacks, or any other unauthorized third-party software, to modify or automate any Subscription Marketplace process," it reads , so use at your own risk.
After collecting a full card set, I expected the next step would be to craft some badges. As The Cpt Froggy explained to me, though, it's actually better to save your uncrafted sets for the big Steam Summer and Winter sales.
All badges crafted during these sales events award you with bonus Steam event cards that can be crafted into event-specific badges, each of which can be levelled up endlessly during the period of the sale.
This is where The Cpt Froggy focuses his efforts, saving every four out of a game's five card sets for crafting during the next sale.
ROFL and StrikeR echoed the importance of going all-in during sales, with StrikeR telling me 'seasonal sales events [are] hands down the best way to level up your profile.
When it comes time to craft, XP won't be your only reward. Every badge you craft drops three random items, stuff like emoticons and profile backgrounds that I'd always written off as junk.
But as StrikeR pointed out, it's junk with monetary value. By reinvesting that money in more badges, he was able to boost his level to the massive it is today.
Unless you're badging the latest and greatest games, most of your item drops will fetch only a couple of cents on the marketplace, but they're cents you can put to more cards, and more badges.
And if nobody's in the market for your baseball-bat-swinging cupcake emoticon , you can break it down into gems which you can then use to craft booster packs for even more cards—and the cycle of crafting continues.
As shiny as they are, foil cards are a bad investment. A badge crafted from foils earns the same XP as a normal badge, but foils sell for much, much more on the marketplace.
StrikeR advises selling foil cards and using the funds to buy multiple cheaper, regular cards instead. Beyond buying up cards, there are a couple of special badges good for a few easy-ish hits of XP.
Here you can see how many cards you already have, which ones you are missing and which games will give you more card drops. You will lose all your cards in the process.
You can craft the same regular game badge 5 times and foil badge for 1 time. The only exception is Holiday badges which can be crafted unlimited times.
There is one tricky thing with all these badge crafting — every 10 levels you will need XP more to level up further.
However, to get Steam level 20 you will need XP now, which means you will need 20 badges now to get from level 10 to level Same goes on and on, if you want level 30 now you need to get XP which means 30 badges in total.
See the trick? The further you go the more money you need, as proceeding through higher levels requires more XP, which means more badges, more cards and cards obviously cost money.
Basically it is another way for Valve to get money from us without giving anything valuable in exchange.
It is mainly used for cosmetic part of your profile and on reputation part at some occasions. I may also get back to this topic by reviewing some specific badges on the road to level up your Steam account which may be useful to know.
Your email address will not be published. What is the point of Steam Level? Customization is quite small and basically you have only few options for the setup.
Larger friendlist — another useless feature in my opinion considering you can have tons of friends with level 1 Steam account. However, if you feel it is not enough and you need couple hundreds more — you may find this useful.
While crafting badges to get XP we will get back to this down below you get emoticons and profile backgrounds. Backgrounds can be set on your profile to make it better looking and emoticons are used in chats, forums, etc.
You can use only those emoticons and backgrounds which you have purchased from Community Market or crafted from Steam Badge.