Following the evolution of the gaming world, Valve is preparing to launch a new service for its portfolio. Apparently, the company responsible for Steam is preparing to launch its cloud gaming service.
The clue was discovered in the source code of Valve's website. Here you can see the reference to "Steam Cloud Gaming", which is very illuminating of the company's plans. As such, Valve is set to launch another competitor to Google Stadia or Microsoft xCloud.
Of course, it is not yet possible to know exactly how this service will work. Questions such as whether the library of games available will be pre-defined or will relate to those who buy you on the platform are on the table.
New service will differ from current Steam proposals
Steam already has some services that allow you to play your games remotely. However, they are still very dependent on your computer and a good internet connection.
With this new streaming service something much more capable is expected and in line with current technology standards. All processing should be done on Valve servers and you will surely have access to all your games on multiple devices.
Valve declined to comment on this subject. Therefore, we will have to wait for more news on the subject, hoping that more details will be revealed soon.
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