Steam Link Lets You Play Steam Games Remotely On Most Devices

Valve has announced the beta release of Steam Link which let users to remotely play, and access their Steam gaming titles on any compatible devices via an app.

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In order to utilize the Steam Link Anywhere feature, users will first need to download the Steam Link app to their phone, tablet, or TV from Google Play, which is available free of charge. Once that is done, users can connect their PC, Mac, Linux, or SteamOS from their local network. The Steam Link app also supports Steam Controller over Bluetooth, as well as other popular Bluetooth controllers, mice, and keyboards. At the moment, Steam Link Anywhere is only available to Android users.

Additionally, there is an advanced settings menu option that allows users to adjust their streaming resolution and bitrate for the best experience. To stream at 4K 60 FPS, it is achievable through a powerful gaming rig, strong wired network, and a good client device.

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