Steam, the biggest PC client and digital store, now supports Bahasa Indonesia. A new update to the client is now live enabling users to change app into Indonesian. On the desktop client, this change can be done by going to Steam Settings, Interface, Steam Client Language (the top of the list).
Indonesian marks Steam’s 29th core language. This will see all the new features, special events, sales and promos to be translated into the language on an ongoing basis, across the desktop client, mobile app, the Steam Store and Steam Community tab.
On the announcement post, over 900 games are already available in Indonesian.
It’s good to see the increase in support for gamers in Southeast Asia in general with such acts.
In other news, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is expanding is language support to include more languages spoken in Southeast Asia, including Indonesian.