AN0n1m8

What about if we can hide those sessions from games we already have 100%?

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As title said, what about if we can hide games that we won't play? I mean, i know that exists some filters but i think these aren't enough. 

 

For example, i've completed at 100% Resident Evil Operation Raccoon City. But the game wasn't that i've expected and i never want to play it again. So i wish to hide those RE ORC sessions.

 

What do you think?

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I second this. I think there's only one filter all games vs my games but so pls add "games unfinished" or alike :)

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I'd be down for this as long as its an option we can turn on or off, I wouldn't want the games I've 100%/platted removed entirely just incase I ever fancy playing MP on something iv already completed.

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2 minutes ago, AlienSteam said:

I'd be down for this as long as its an option we can turn on or off, I wouldn't want the games I've 100%/platted removed entirely just incase I ever fancy playing MP on something iv already completed.

Agree with this.  I like to jump in and help others even if I've completed the game.

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This was already suggested several times, but always ignored. Gaming Sessions are pretty much unusable for me with the default filter because of my completion %. Gotta weave through a lot of pointless sessions to find anything worth my time. I gave up using it for joins a while go, only use it when hosting something now.

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I’d really like to be able to hide certain sessions even if I had to do it manually. I keep seeing one that’s been getting the date extended for months and now has over 50 players, sick of seeing it lol. 

 

Apparently people have been requesting filters/other features for years though, there doesn’t seem to be much interest in adding any.

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