Team Fortress 2 Steam Skin

Team Fortress 2 is a somewhat old-school Steam skin but it still offers a great interface for gamers. Here are some of the aspects that can give more insight into the skin.

Color and Design

The Team Fortress 2 is predominantly made of grey shades. The games list and chat panel are in dim grey while the friends list and the center part of the main library page is painted in pale grey. In terms of design, the skin doesn’t really deviate much from the standard Steam interface. It has that old fashioned and rustic feel reminiscent of the earlier Steam skins. The overlay of different functions and utilities is nonetheless simple and clean, something any gamer would appreciate.

Legibility

Though the font for this skin is a little small, text is still fairly readable. That’s largely because of the perfect mix of bright blue (used in highlighting section headings and active functions) and the pronounced white text used on the rest of the skin interface. So, legibility isn’t really a big issue with the skin.

Usability

With a simple overlay and legible fonts, it can be safe to say the skin’s interface usability is great. Switching from one utility to the next is also easier as the interface is light. Perhaps the only issue gamers might experience is that the skin isn’t compatible with the current Steam update. So reverting to the original UI can be the only way to enjoy a great experience that’s free of bugs.

Team Fortress 2 Skin Screenshots

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Download Team Fortress 2 Skin

File Details

Requirements
Steam Client
RUNS ON
Windows 7/8/10, Linux
FILENAME
team-fortress-2.zip
FILE SIZE
12.1 MB
Date added
Oct. 5, 2018

How To Install

  1. Choose your desired skin and download the skin files. The skin file is a Zip file format.
  2. You need to locate the destination path of Steam installed folder and find the Steam skins folder. C:/Program Files (x86)/Steam/skins/ Extract the compressed file to the skins folder.
  3. Back to the Steam client, click on the Steam menu (top left corner) and find the Settings option. View the Settings and go to the Interface tab, click on the drop-down menu where it says above "Select the skin you wish Steam to use (requires Steam to restart)"
  4. Choose your newly installed skin and click OK to confirm. Restart your Steam client.
  5. Now you can forget the old boring look of the interface and feel a bit rejuvenate with the new skin.

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