Thanks to the function Remote Play Together Steam users could invite anyone online to join local multiplayer of any of their games, even if they did not have a copy, thus allowing you to enjoy cooperative or competitive games in a very simple way and without the need to get together in the same house.
Valve has set out to further improve this feature, hence the announcement that has updated it with some very interesting changes. In this way, from now on when you invite someone to a game it will not be necessary to go one by one, since A link will be generated with which it will only be enough to pass it and click on it to access the game instantly.
Also, the people who are going to join they will not need to have a Steam account to be able to play, either on PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android. What will remain the same is that the host will be the only one who will need to have the game in question installed and will be able to pass the link up to four players or even more if the title has a greater capacity.
On the occasion of this great novelty, on March 25 Valve will start an event with live broadcasts of games compatible with Remote Play Together and also will enable discounts on hundreds of video games that will remain active until March 29. So if you have a compatible one on your wish list, you better take a look at these sales starting on Thursday.