We've had another glimpse at what Valve's new design for Steam will look like.
As reported by PCGamer, SteamDB founder Pavel Djundik tweeted (below) a picture of the new aesthetic that was part of a presentation that Valve showed off during a developer event in January of this year.
This new design - images of which feature Ubisoft's Rainbow Six: Siege - is much more picture-led than the existing one, and bears a resemblance to the new developer and publisher pages that Valve launched in June of this year.
Just remembered that Valve's been working on a Steam redesign for years now. Here's a picture from a presentation in January.— Pavel Djundik (@thexpaw) November 25, 2018
It certainly doesn't look like the SteamU leak from 2 years ago: https://t.co/KjoRK8OnLA pic.twitter.com/2fG2acIIz8
Visuals of Steam's new design also appeared in February 2017 (below) and it seems that Valve has left most of that round on the cutting room floor. Aside from the more picture-led Netflix-style aesthetic, the two do not look that much alike.