Following a one-year delay (46 USD on Amazon) Enables You to Play Games in Your Steam Library on Your iPhone ($ 1,000 on Amazon) or iPad ($ 249 on Walmart) as if you are playing on your computer.the iOS version of its Steam Link app on the App Store. The app was originally scheduled to be released in early 2018, but Apple eventually rejected the app and postponed the launch. Steam Link
It's a clever solution for anyone who wants to have another full PUBG experience match, but likes the portability that an iPhone or iPad brings to the table. You'll have to work a bit to get everything set up, but it's worth it if you just can not get enough games in your life.
What You Need to Know
Steam Link is an uncomplicated service with low settings or requirements. Still, you need to know a few things before you can start:
- You must be You have signed in to your Steam account on a computer that is on the same local network as your iPhone or iPad.
- Valve recommends that the computer have either an Ethernet or a 5GHz Wi-Fi connection.
- Your iPhone or iPad should also be on the same 5GHz connection.
- You need a or a for the best experience. You can use touch controls, but this is not recommended. Pair the controller with your iOS device before setting up Steam Link.
Install Steam Link on your iOS device first.
If your computer and iOS device are on the same local network and a controller is connected to your phone or tablet, open the Steam Link app.
The app searches your local network for a Steam library. After a few seconds, you will see which computers have been found. Touch your computer.
Enter the four-digit PIN displayed on your computer by your iOS device.
Steam Link performs a speed test to make sure your device and your computer have a strong connection.
Tap Start Playing .
Steam then launches a touch-friendly version of the Steam app, where you can browse your library and start a game. Audio plays on your iPhone or iPad, not on your computer. Whatever you see on your mobile device is also displayed on the computer display.
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