Valve and Steam recently changed the way that they handle their Gifting system. This change was made in an attempt to make the system more straightforward and simple.
The changes made are to Scheduling Gifts, Resolving Declined Gifts and Safe Cross Country Gifting.
Not only is Scheduling gifts even more straightforward now, but users can also buy a gift months in advance. Users then can schedule its delivery to a friend “on time, every time.”
A declined gift used to sneak back into the gift giver’s inventory and remain on their bill. Now, if a recipient already has the title, or just doesn’t want it, they can click decline and the purchase is refunded directly to the gift giver.
Safe Cross-Country Gifting
Gifts sent through the system will always work on the receiver’s account. When there is a large difference in pricing between countries, gifting won’t be available. You will also be notified before the purchase if gifting is unavailable.
You can read more about the changes in the full blog post here.
Source: Steam Blog
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