Finally, Steam is doing something about the way their bundle prices work, so the system no longer forces you to buy games you already have in those bundles.

While the feature isn’t ready yet, what it does is it takes into account whether or not you own games present in the bundle you’re about to buy and scales the pricing accordingly.

So you’ll only be paying for the games in there that you don’t already own, instead of having to pick up an extra copy of a game which you already have.

“With Steam Bundles, if a customer already [owns] some items in the Bundle, they will pay for and receive only the items not already in their account,” the documentation reads. “This allows the best fans of your series or franchise to ‘complete the set’ and get a deal on the remaining items in the Bundle.”

Valve is aware that the bundles and complete packs aren’t exactly the best deal for people who already have a lot of the games within.

The regular style of bundles aren’t going away though but these “Must Purchase Together” bundles will have added extras like soundtracks, art books and probably plenty of DLCs.

So what do you think of Steam’s future dynamic price scaling? let us know in the comments.