Steam Link Anywhere update allows you to stream games on any PC

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 14 March 2019 17:57 GMT

Valve is launching the Steam Link Anywhere feature, which allows you to stream games away from home.

Steam Link Anywhere is an update for the dongle which allows it to stream games from any PC.

This means you can play your Steam games on a PC not tied to your network.  Previously, you could only use Steam Link from home.

The service is free to all who use Steam Link or the Steam Link app, and is currently in beta.

Valve said a high upload speed from your computer and strong network connection to your Steam Link device is required.

 

Steam Link Anywhere was announced ahead of Valve’s GDC 2019 talk. During the conference, it will also discuss Steam Networking Sockets APIs. It allows Steam developers access to the technologies and infrastructure built to support CS:GO and Dota 2.

Available now, these updates and other new features coming to Steam will be discussed during the Steam Platform Update talk at GDC on March 21.

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