O Steam is celebrating the launch of Remote Play Together in a very good way: giving discount in more than 300 games compatible with the feature, including Guacamelee, Overcooked and Mortal Kombat. That way, you and your friends can play multiplayer over the internet – even if only one person has purchased the game. This works on the computer, iPhone, iPad and Android.
There are 319 games currently on sale and compatible with Remote Play Together; you can check out full list on this link. We have collected some of them below:
- Mortal Kombat 11: R $ 99.99 (usually R $ 199.99)
- Guacamelee! two: R $ 7.59 (usually R $ 37.99)
- Overcooked! two: R $ 28.49 (usually R $ 47.49)
- Human: Fall Flat: R $ 11.19 (usually R $ 27.99)
- Lego Marvel’s Avengers: R $ 12.49 (usually R $ 49.99)
- Trilogy Lego Batman: R $ 22.74 (usually R $ 90.99)
- Goat Simulator: R $ 5.17 (usually R $ 20.69)
Remote Play Together exits beta on Steam
Remote Play Together was in public beta last month and, this Wednesday (20), reached all users. It can be used on Windows, macOS and Linux distributions; the feature is also available to anyone who downloads Steam Link on Android or iOS.
The best part is that only one of the Remote Play Together participants needs to have purchased the game: the owner starts the game, invites friends and that’s it. There are up to four players in general; if the connection is very good, that number may be higher.
“With a 5 GHz Wi-Fi network, it is possible to transmit at 1080p resolution at 60 frames per second with good quality for most scenes”, explains Valve. “If you have a powerful computer, a wired network and a good client device, you can transmit in 4K at 60 FPS.”
Steam does not show your desktop or your other programs. You decide whether the game will be controlled by joystick or keyboard and mouse. And it will be possible to talk to your friends by voice.
With information: Engadget.