Seriously – you'll like it.
Let me describe the title function with a short anecdote. A few good years ago I was a huge fan of LEGO games, but unfortunately I was finally discouraged by the lack of opportunities to play with friends on the network. If you had a similar situation, then I have good news for you.
"Remote Play Together" is a feature that will allow you to play productions via the Internet so far with only local multiplayer mode. It is certainly a rather innovative idea, but we do not know much about it yet. The novelty is currently in the hands of developers – it will soon hit the beta beta.
This is a really neat idea, might even be worth experimenting with some local co-op design for an adventure game. pic.twitter.com/AWJVOyV2GV
– Nathan Darko (@sickchickstudio) October 9, 2019
When? The date has been provided October 21 – then all games with a local multiplayer mode will be given the option to play online. However, we do not know how the "Remote Play Together" function will work in practice, so let's refrain from optimistic scenarios for now.
Anyway, it's great that Valve came up with the idea of implementing this type of innovation. Hitting LEGO via the Internet will probably not have the same atmosphere as playing two on one keyboard, but we certainly have an interesting alternative.
Source: PC Gamer