You know what the word “explorer” really means.
A hat that you can walk around in with, or even climb up on top of.
But do you know how to find that one that looks like it belongs in a restaurant or a museum?
Well, thanks to a Reddit thread, you now do.
The developer behind the explorer hat, explorer, has created a nifty little search tool that lets you search the Steam Workshop for a hat that’s currently listed.
If you want to find something else, you just need to hit the refresh button.
There are currently two explorer hats in the Workshop: the old “Explorer” hat from the Steam beta, and a new one, the “explore” hat that is available for sale for $1.99.
If this sounds like something you want, you can just search for the hat you want.
If not, you’ll need to check out the Steam Store for a replacement.
In the meantime, you’re probably wondering what you need to do to install it on your machine.
In a nutshell, you need two things: an explorer hat (or a “normal” explorer hat) with the explorer prefix, and SteamOS.
This is because explorer hats are actually not that different from normal hats.
You just get the explorer suffix instead of the steam prefix, which is also different.
But for some reason, they all come with the same version of Steam.
If that’s the case, just follow these steps to install them.
Find a Steam Community or Game Page with the Steam prefix, then click on the “New Item” button to get started.
Click on “Steam” in the top left corner.
Click the “Add Item” tab.
Click “Browse Item Catalog” to select an item you want from the catalog.
Click next and select an appropriate Steam title.
Click add and then “Add new item” to add your item to the inventory.
Once you have a Steam title, you should be able to browse the item catalog with the mouse wheel.
You’ll see an item listed, and if you hover your mouse over it, you will see a box that says “Search for” in a few different places.
To see the full list of items, just click on any item in the catalog, then drag your mouse to the “View Item” dropdown.
To add your Steam title to the catalog as a new item, just drag the item onto the catalog and you’ll see a list of your titles.
You can also add the name of the item to a Steam profile by clicking the “Profile” button in the bottom left corner of the catalog page.
If all went well, you’ve got your new explorer hat in your inventory.
If it doesn’t work out, it probably won’t work if you haven’t done all the steps above.
We’ve got a full guide for setting up Steam with the new Steam prefix.
If your hat is listed, it should be available soon.