For those of you that may have tried to search for Valve\u2019s Steam store on Google today, you may have come across an unexpected message that takes a jab at one of its biggest competitors. Reported by several outlets and users, those that searched for \u201cSteam store\u201d in the Google search engine recently found a rather odd message with little shapes, along with four clearly noticeable words: \u201cF--k Epic Games Store.\u201d Not something you'd normally see with a search. (Screengrab via PCGamesN) The image that accompanies the text doesn\u2019t look like much at first. However, when going to the actual Steam page where it came from, you can see what they actually create. It\u2019s a middle finger, apparently pointed right at the digital game shop. Someone clearly isn't happy with Metro Exodus' initial exclusivity. (Screengrab via PCGamesN) Those who tried it noted that this came up specifically with the search term \u201cSteam store.\u201d It didn\u2019t work when looking for just \u201cSteam\u201d or \u201cSteam games\u201d or something similar to that. How did this happen? One outlet believes that it\u2019s due to Google\u2019s bot system coming across a user review for Metro Exodus, which exclusively debuted on Epic Games Store months ago before finally arriving on Steam this past week. In the message, the user review notes \u201cF--k Epic Games Store\u201d and the middle finger image. Because Steam utilizes user reviews under the Steam Labs section of the home page, this could\u2019ve easily been connected with the game\u2019s current release. Neither Valve or Google have commented on the matter. However, upon our recent search for \u201csteam store,\u201d there was no sign of the image or text. It appears the matter may have already been corrected. Regardless, seeing \u201cF--k Epic Games Store\u201d is probably the last thing users should expect when it comes to looking for Steam.