Steam Remote Play Together now available in beta

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Steam Has Finally Added the LGBTQ + Label to the Games in the Catalog

Valve launched the  Steam Remote Play Together service in beta.

If you are not aware of it, this option allows you to invite your friends on Steam in the local multiplayer mode of the games in our library. According to the software house, up to four users can play the same game exactly as they were in the same room using Steam Remote Play streaming technology.

A really interesting service that is also independent of the platform used, since it will be supported both on  Windows PC and on macOS and Linux.

To start testing Steam Remote Play Together you will need to join the Steam beta and launch any of the local multiplayer titles.

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