I just realized: I never came back to thank you for purchasing the $ 30,000 8K television. I mean, I’m sure the $ 1,500 coupon helped? But I feel like I still owe you a little more.
How about: why not be the first to stream computer games with an 8K resolution to the other side of your mansion? When we saw that steam now support the feature, we immediately thought of you.
Imagine the possibilities: you can sit on your full $ 9,000 toilet with your 8K backup TV – as you do – and instead of wasting so much of the glamorous pixels on a pillar-shaped Snyder Cut, you can already 33+ million of it used to swing. some non-demanding game with 8K resolution from your blinding rainbow coffin of an RTX 3090-equipped game console, without disturbing the sanctuary on the other side of your house!
You probably will need that level of computer, of course, and even then 8K might not be a given. “The results can depend a lot on the hardware,” reads Valve’s release notes. I would also suggest a wired Ethernet cable to reduce the delay, and you may want to unlock your bandwidth limit in Steam> Settings> Playback> Advanced Client Options – because 50 Mbps might not cut it at 8K resolution. However, you would know better than us.
In all seriousness, it’s pretty cool to see Steam prepare for the TVs of the future. And send us a very high resolution photo of your setup if it is also your TV.
On the other hand, if you’re the kind of person who can not afford new games, less than an 8K TV or a luxury computer, Valve also has good news for you – the company just brought Steam Remote Play Together URL share from beta so friends can send you a link to join their local multiplayer games, even if you don’t have a PC or Steam account.