At some point you may be asked how much your Steam account is really worth – especially if you’ve accumulated a lot of different games and DLC over the years of gameplay. In such cases, the question often arises: how to check the cost of your Steam account?
The value of your Steam account is primarily calculated based on the games added to your account. You don’t have to go into the product card in Steam for each game you own and add up the values of the individual titles to each other, because it’s now automated.
There are many websites that allow you to check the value of your Steam account. Using them is usually very similar, which can be summarized in a few steps. Here’s how to find out the cost of your Steam account:
Open a Steam account cost calculator, such as SteamCalculator.
Paste the account ID or link to the profile of the person whose account value we want to check into the box at the top of the Steam site – it could be our account, but it doesn’t have to be.
Press Enter and wait for the account value to load.
Remember, the person’s profile (including the playlist they own) must be in the public domain to calculate the account value. If you want to check your account cost, you can change it in the settings; if you want to check a third-party account cost, there is nothing you can do.
How do I change my profile’s privacy settings? All you have to do is log in, go to your profile, click “Edit Profile” and then “Privacy Settings”. The next step is to change the value to “Public” next to “My Profile Visibility”, “Game Details Visibility” and “Inventory Visibility”.