Valve's Steam Link hardware might be dead, but Steam Link as a service is getting a pretty major upgrade. To install it you go into the settings of the app and change the setting within the "Beta Participation" menu item to "Steam Beta Update". The roll out of Steam Link Anywhere comes at a time when game streaming is on everyone's mind, with Google expected to make some kind of announcement concerning Project Stream at GDC 2019 next week. Of course, people will need high upload speeds from their PCs and strong network connections to their Steam Link devices to take advantage, Valve said.
Steam Link - which previously only allowed you to stream your games around your own home - will now let you bounce your games to anywhere in the world, under the slightly revised name of Steam Link Anywhere.
Click below to grab the Steam Link app for your Android device. The feature supports Android device, as well as discontinued Steam Link hardware.
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Anyone who wants to use Steam Link Anywhere can access it by updating their Steam client to the beta build dated March 13 or newer, Valve said. After that, all you need to do according to Valve is add a new computer and select "Other Computer" and then follow the pairing instructions that appear before you're ready to get to playing. The beta version of Valve's Steam Link app ...