The option to revert to an older version of the game has now been an undisclosed feature of Steam, but with Steam database Please note that the latest Beta version changes the way clients connect to its content delivery network, thereby eliminating customer access to previous versions of the game.
Going back to the earlier version is not something that every Steam user may need-in 2020, the previous command line features were quietly changed to require third-party tools-but it is still valuable. Updates to games such as Grand Theft Auto 4, Beat Saber, Dragonball Z: Kakarot and various Bethesda RPGs have damaged the modules, and need to update the modules or roll back to the old version. Some parkours and achievement hunters rely on access to specific versions of the game, and from an archive point of view, they are also worth having.When the update of Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition made the old replays unavailable for viewing, the narrator had to Downgrade to previous patch Let them come back.
It’s worth pointing out that this is different from developers accessing variant versions through the beta branch, which will not be affected.Even if this change is indeed made in the stable version of Steam, you should still be able to access the build you need to play European Truck Simulator 2 and American Truck Simulator in VR And enable Split-screen collaboration in Resident Evil 5, E.g.
The SteamDB team wrote: “We don’t know whether Steam CDN will enforce this requirement for all games (if any), or what other requirements may be there.” It also pointed out that “this change will affect how SteamDB works. It will no longer be possible to fully track the file list of all games on Steam”.
according to Beta patch notes, The change will “ensure that all installed and cloud-enabled games are synchronized as soon as possible to avoid delays in starting the game and prepare for possible offline games.”
We have contacted Valve for comments, and if we receive a response, we will notify you.