The Steam Remote Play Together update has been pushed out as a new beta for the Steam client by Valve. The feature lets local couch co-op games be streamed to other computers for online play.
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Valve today revealed it will soon be beta testing a new feature on Steam that will allow players to play their local multiplayer games online. Remote Play Together will use streaming to achieve this.
In a new developer livestream, 343 Industries revealed that the new SlipSpace engine powering Halo Infinite was built with the PC platform in mind. The game will also feature four-player split-screen.
An Apple developer has found bits and pieces inside of iOS 8 and has managed to show off the rumored split-screen apps support. The feature is still in its early stages and not ready for prime time.