I was going through my inventory, cleaning up any items that I can sell on the market. I went to the Warframe one, and attempted to sell an item. It gave me an error, and told me to refresh. I refreshed, only to come back to my normal Steam inventory, but with out my Warframe inventory. Is it a bug involving the steam inventories, or did all of my items disappear?

  • Use a browser or try again later.
    – Keavon
    Commented Jul 30, 2014 at 2:50
  • As Keavon said, check to see if it appears when you log-in via browser.
    – Guy
    Commented Jul 30, 2014 at 3:09
  • I went to using a browser, and it was not there.
    – The Man
    Commented Jul 30, 2014 at 14:23

2 Answers 2


Don't worry, your items are still there, the Steam Inventory API is just down.

The Steam inventory API goes down all the time. It happens often during high server-loads, like during Summer/Winter sales or during big tournaments, but it also happens at less frequently at completely arbitrary times. There is nothing any of us can do but wait.

Two sites you can use to check the status of the various Steam servers/APIs are SteamStat and SteamGauges.

If you're really worried that your account got hacked and all your items traded away, you can check your trade history and see if all your items were recently traded away.

It's extremely unlikely though, since most people have at least one untradable item. Even if all your tradable items were stolen, you'd still have something.

  • It seemed to be that it was just down for a short period of time. When I checked (1 min before posting this), it was back.
    – The Man
    Commented Jul 30, 2014 at 21:44
  • I was more afraid that steam just bugged out and deleted it.
    – The Man
    Commented Aug 2, 2014 at 14:53

It seems that other users have had this problem as well, and from what I can glean from other websites your problem should resolve itself with time. Try waiting about a week (or until the next update) and then report back here if the problem is fixed or not.

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