If you have exhausted all of your board games, have seen all of Netflix's Tiger King and have no idea what else you need to do to pass the time in quarantine, it may be Time to start Start your gaming laptop or desktop PC and play some co-op games on Steam.
Steam is the most popular game client on PCs. The latest feature that was quietly released in November is called Remote Play Together. It allows users to play local multiplayer games over the Internet. One player transfers the game to another player's screen, and the two can enjoy couch-coop games without being in the same house.
Only one copy of a game is required for two or more people to use this feature. This means that your friends can play it when it comes to almost every supported multiplayer local game as long as you own it. And since the software is streamed from your hardware, it doesn't matter whether your friends have a laptop, a PC, or even a smartphone ̵
Here is a step-by-step guide to remote gaming together, as well as recommendations for a handful of great games that take advantage of this feature.
Setting up the Steam remote game