Steam Database: CS: GO suddenly removed from Steam Store. A recent tweet, which shows that CS: GO is not available on the Steam Store has been doing the rounds. The issue first came to light a few hours ago. Did Valve accidentally delete it?
Steam has accidentally deleted one of its most popular games from the Steam Store. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, the famous FPS game is no longer available on the Steam Store. Soon, many other titles started to disappear. This incident was first reported a little less than 5-6 hours ago, and the internet is wondering what is going on with Valve.
The incident was reported by Pavel Djundik, who is a data miner. He primarily unearths information on the Steam Database, and he took to Twitter to share what he found. Soon enough, other game titles also started disappearing from the Steam Store, leading to a lot of confusion among gamers and fans alike.
CS:GO isn’t just the only app that disappeared from the Steam Store. Something went wrong on Valve’s end there, when they disappeared a few appids showed up in a store api (0, 160, 202) that shouldn’t have.
List of affected apps: https://t.co/4nDGgWEtnH
— Pavel Djundik (@thexpaw) March 9, 2021
The person who created the Steam Database confirms that this is a bug, and the fixes will happen soon. However, it might take a little longer than we expect it.
CS: GO isn’t the only game deleted
As can be seen by clicking on the link in the tweet, over 40 titles have disappeared from the Steam Store. As speculations continue, fans have been outraged, and have taken to Twitter to express their anguish.
— Sujit Gupta (@SujitGu786602) March 9, 2021
Someone apparently pushed a bug in Steam’s API that removed around 50 ish games from the store, including CS:GO.
It’s been unavailable for a few hours now.https://t.co/hrNDTfhY0j
— Daniel Basiuc-Brînzei (@moonlysdays) March 9, 2021
Not only this, but all the details on the product page has also been removed.
CS:GO has been removed from the Steam store. As some users say, a few more game pages have been removed. Probably a common bug. There is no information, we are waiting. @DonHaci pic.twitter.com/W8avtotedm
— CYBERSHOKE (@cybershoke) March 9, 2021