Streaming games is becoming more and more popular as time passes. Google, Nvidia, PlayStation and several others all work (or plan to work) on services that allow users to play the latest games without the need for muscular hardware that uses power online.
Even Valve jumped into a gang in the past; something, anyway. Their "Steam Link" streaming boxes can join various displays (such as a television living room) to give you access to the entire Steam library from the comfort of your couch.
Now, Valve significantly improves the Steam Link concept with "Steam Link Anywhere", a program that will allow you to access your Steam titles from a wider range of devices.
The full list includes virtually any reasonably modern mobile device based on Android with the installed beta application Steam Link and any non-basic computer downloaded Steam (you will not have to install your games to play).
If Steam Link Anywhere sounds like a cup of tea, you'll get it for turning now. However, the service is in very early beta at the moment, so some expectations should be expected.
Regardless, to test the function, enter the Steam settings and switch to the latest beta client builders; something that goes from March 13 or will work again, according to Valwe. After that, follow the simple instructions set here to get started.
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