As well as announcing their new Source 2 engine will be free to developers to download and use when it launches later this year, Valve has also launched a new Valve Steam Link.
The Valve Steam Link has been designed to allow users to stream in any PC game anywhere in their home and will be launching in November 2015 priced at $50.
Valve has made the Steam Link streaming adapter support Steam Machines, Windows PCs, Macs, and Linux PC and will stream all your Steam content from any PC or Steam Machine on the same home network.
The Steam Link hardware supports 1080p at 60Hz with low latency and will be accompanied by the new Steam Controller which will also be launching later this year priced at $50. As you can see in the image below the new Steam Link parliament takes the form of a small box that is equipped with 3 x USB ports together with HDMI, Ethernet and power connections.
As more information becomes available together with demonstrations of its capability we will keep you updated as always. Earlier this week Epic Games also announced they would be making their Unreal Engine 4 development platform free to all, enabling anyone to be able to start designing games.