Local co-op multiplayer titles like Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes or Nemesis Realms are great fun when you’ve got a few mates over for the evening but are completely redundant otherwise. Yes, there are plenty of other videogames you could play instead but sometimes only a particular one will suffice, made even more difficult when it’s local only. Today, Steam has come up with a solution and it’s called Remote Play Together.
Available in beta, Remote Play Together means you can now invite Steam Friends to join your local co-op, local multiplayer, and shared/split-screen gaming sessions online. Supporting up to four players – a