Valve appears to be working on Steam Cloud Gaming, a cloud gaming service in the spirit of Google Stadia

At the beginning of the work week, rumors appeared on the Internet that Valve was working with Apple on an augmented headset

reality. The company did not limit itself to one project, and, according to the source, took up the gaming cloud service.

What is known

According to the Steam Database Twitter account,which last month delighted players with its Steam sale schedule, Valve is working on Steam Cloud Gaming. A mention of the development was found in the code of the company’s partner website, which was asked to sign an agreement regarding the new service. As the name suggests, Gabe decided to compete with Google and Microsoft by launching his own cloud gaming service.


 


 


 

 

Valve has already launched a Steam Link for streaming gamesfrom a computer to the screen of a smartphone or TV, and a service in the spirit of Google Stadia looks like a logical continuation of the idea. In addition, the company owns Steam with a huge library of games and collaborates with developers all over the world, so there will be no problems with the starting line of projects.

Apart from the hint in the code, there is no information, as well as confirmation from Valve itself.

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