Steam Remote Play Together is a feature that allows friends to play local multiplayer online games that was launched today after a month-long beta test. When fully launched, the remote local multiplayer is distributed to iOS and Android devices using the Steam Link application.
Steam Remote Play Together, ideal for games like coach games Log in to Gungeon, Cuphead, or Wilmot Warehousebrings together up to four players and "even more in ideal conditions," said Valve. Only the owner should own the game too.
For those who need suggestions on which games work best with Remote Play Together, Valve started a streaming event at noon, lasting until 8 p.m. EST. There is also a regular Steam big discount sales event that extends to many local multiplayer games and franchises.
The function is launched using the “Remote Play Together” icon in the host friend list. Just click on it to invite them. The game should behave on the host device as if all invited players had a controller connected. Other players will only be able to see the game, not the desktop or overlays.