Developers of the Steam platform [VIDEO]Valve Corporation have announced that players will soon be able to stream both games and movies to their phone. Valve recommends a 5Ghz wireless or wired Ethernet connection to make it a seamless experience.
Valve today stated the future launch of the Steam Link app.
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The Steam Link app will essentially connect to a host PC/Mac, which will be used to run the game, and render the sound and images back to the display device (your phone, tablet or TV) while transmitting controller inputs connected to the device back to the host machine.
Many users might be put off by the high technical specifications expected of the new service.
Nevertheless, Valve has announced the app will support the Steam Controller and MFi controllers but haven't released any further details about hardware support.
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"Steam Link enables streaming play on devices other than the PC on which the game is running", the service official Internet page reads.
The company has also failed to confirm the full number of games which will be available to stream on Steam Link.
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