Steam recently released a ‘Remote Play Together’ feature which is designed to allow users to local-only multiplayer games over the internet. The feature can also work with asymmetric VR games, allowing you to play in your headset while a friend remote-controls your computer as a second player. We tested the feature with the excellent asymmetric VR game Panoptic and found it to be a revelatory addition to the game which makes it easy to share the fun of VR even with friends who don’t have a headset.
Panoptic, which launched earlier this year in early access, is a stellar asymmetric VR
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