Steam Remote Play Together is now available to everyone, and Valve celebrates it with discounts on compatible games
After about a month in beta, Steam releases Remote Play Together for all Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS and Android users. And that makes our game library (and that of our friends) even more interesting.
The Remote Play Together is a simple system that seeks to recover the multiplayer sofa experiences online, even if one of the players does not have the game. And, from today, it is compatible with a generous selection of cooperative games.
Of course, the testing phase has also served to test several of the added features, such as broadcasting video, audio and voice between players while each one uses their own command or magically incorporate an online multiplayer to titles that do not include it in a way native
In addition, the Steam Remote Play even allows the addition of extra players, being able to even share the keyboard and mouse or enjoy the same game to two or more on different systems, including mobiles and tablets that were not originally compatible with the game.