After the announcement in about two weeks ago, Steam now decides to roll out its new forced co-op feature in beta, which is called “Steam Remote Play Together”.
With the feature enabled, users will be able to invite up to four of their friends in Steam to join local co-op, local multiplayer and shared screen multiplayer games. All is done without the need to install a dedicated server. Only the host player is required to own and install a copy of the selected game.
According to Steam, the experience will be the same as if you are playing with friends locally. Their controllers will function normally, just like they are connected directly to your computer. The desktop screen and files on the host’s computer will never displayed to the invited friends.
Steam Remote Play Together is available on both PC, Mac and Linux. You can now join the Steam Beta, and try on the feature.
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