Steam Link Anywhere from Valve will allow you to play your games from anywhere

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2019-03-15 14:00:09

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Steam Link Anywhere from Valve will allow you to play your games from anywhere

Valve has announced that it is expanding its feature streaming games Steam Link big, turning it into Steam Link Anywhere, a new service that will allow you to stream Steam games from your computer anywhere in the world using equipment or Steam application Link. This is a big change compared to the current Steam application Link, which allows people to broadcast games only from home. The new extension makes Steam Link powerful function in combination with app for Android (alas, the iOS app is still blocked by Apple).

In theory, Steam Link Anywhere will allow users to stream games from your PC and play anywhere you have .

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What is Steam Link Anywhere

According to Valve, Steam Link Anywhere is in early beta, but people can already try out the service by downloading the beta version of 688 to your gaming PC. The company claims that the only requirement for Steam Link Anywhere is a good connection for uploading to the host computer and a good connection to the device from which you play.

Currently with the Steam Link Anywhere works only Android, Raspberry Pi and outdated hardware with the Steam Link, but it is easy to imagine that Steam will appear similar in function to broadcast from one PC to another, as it has already been proposed with a home Steam Link.

Also Important the time of the announcement: Steam lays the Foundation for streaming games just before GDC 2019, which, as expected, Google will have completed work on their new streaming game service based on Project Stream. It is expected that Google has big plans for game streaming — it's possible the company will announce and own the hardware for games.

Google is not the only competitor to Steam. Microsoft also revealed a brand-new home service broadcasts from the PC to the Xbox, which is reminiscent of Steam Link for the existing functionality. Upcoming service game streaming xCloud from Microsoft appears ready to challenge Steam and Google in the broader space of gaming streams.

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