After adjusting the price table of PC games on Steam, Valve is preparing to introduce one of the most requested features by Steam users who manage their library on different PCs (or between their computer and Steam Deck).
The latest client in beta testing of Steam introduces a function that allows users to transfer their video games between different PCs, provided they obviously use the same account. Based on what emerged from the datamining of the latest update currently being tested, Valve would be working on a peer-to-peer download system of the games already downloaded and present in the library.
If confirmed, the feature should allow all players on Steam to connect via LAN to your main station to download your titles to a different computer, all without using the internet. Among the major beneficiaries of this new feature we obviously find users with a metered connection (with a predetermined threshold in the data that can be downloaded monthly) and owners of Steam Deck or other hybrid consoles with similar potential, currently obliged to use the internet to download the video games on your device of choice.
While we wait to receive further details from Valve and to know the timing of the launch of this update of the Steam client, we remind you that until 6:00 pm on Tuesday 1 November, discounts on the Steam Scream Fest PC games are available.