Valve’s Steam service is one of the best things about being a PC gamer. Between the abundant sales and the convenience of it all, there’s really no excuse for you not to keep an active Steam account.
Well, it just got a whole lot sweeter. Steam’s In-Home Streaming is out of beta, available to anyone who wants it – provided they have a Steam account.
With Steam In-Home Streaming, you’re now able to play games from any PC in your home as though you’re playing them on your main gaming rig. This means you can take your laptop in your living room and play more demanding games as though you’re playing them on your primary PC.
Provided it works, this is especially good news for gamers such as myself. While I have a half-decent rig that can play most of the games I’m into, it’s positioned about as far as it can be from my TV without leaving the apartment. With the help of my trusty laptop, this is no longer a problem (again, provided it works).
If you’re looking to set up In-Home Streaming, everything you need can be found right here.