Steam now lets you stream anywhere in the world

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Today, Valve dropped a surprise update for the Steam Link app.

You can check out more details about Steam Link Anywhere here.

One weird absence from that list is PC to PC support, which feels like an odd omission given you can bounce games that way in your own home.

For now, said gaming devices are limited to the original discontinued Steam Link plugged into a TV via HDMI, Raspberry Pi and Android devices.

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Valve indicates that users should enjoy a satisfactory experience as long as "your computer has good upload speed and your Steam Link device has a good network connection".

As it is, Steam Link users can stream their PC games over the same network their host machine is connected to, but as the name suggests, Steam Link Anywhere allows them to stream their games to devices on different networks. This was only really useful for those times when you want to play a game on your couch. Go to the Steam Link computer settings and select "Other Computer".

Steam Link Anywhere faces the same infrastructure limitations as other streaming game services-you won't get anywhere without a fast, firm network connection-but if Valve can get the performance to a reasonably good level without requiring network speeds that 95 percent of the world doesn't have access to yet, it could be a very exciting step forward. The beta version of Valve's Steam Link app ... The app is still officially in beta, but you can try out the service by visiting the Steam Store. Anyone with home streaming set up from their PC and either a Steam Link box or app elsewhere can play their games on the go.