On Wednesday, Steam sent a stealth news update to developers about a surprise new feature coming to Steam as soon as October 21: Remote Play Together. The feature will transform any local multiplayer video game into an online one, and this will work by having the primary player stream their game to up to three other friends—meaning, other players wont have to buy a copy to join in. As of press time, the emailed update has been posted on a Unity development forum, and it spells out how the...

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