During this weeks Steam Dev Days conference, Valve has announced a number of new features that their Steam Controller and Steam Machines will be able to support.
Reports circulating via social networks and Twitter from attendees at the conferences are indicating that the new Valve Steam Machines systems will be able to support 16 players locally connected controllers at one time all in the same room.
Allowing gamers and owners of the new Steam Machines to enjoy a new breed of multiplayer gaming technology not before experienced. No specific details about the controllers connectivity specifications for the Steam Machines has been announced for released as yet by Valve, but as soon as more information becomes available we will keep you updated as always.
During the CES 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week Valve also announced the partner they would be using to help design and promote their new Steam Machines gaming systems later this year. Alienware one of the Steam Machine partners yesterday revealed that they would be launching their new Steam Machine during September 2014.
Valve also announced at this weeks Steam Dev Days conference, their Steam Games Network now has 75 million active users, continuing to rise strongly from the 65 million users announced back in October 2013.