Google says Steam has arrived on Chromebooks, let us know if you find it?
Mitchell ClarkThe Verge
Google has announced that some ChromeOS users will finally be able to start testing Steam. During the Google for Games Developer Summit, Google’s product director for games, Greg Hartell, announced that “the Steam alpha just launched” for select Chromebooks.
It was a brief mention, but the software has been a long time coming — Google announced that it was working on Steam support for ChromeOS in the beginning of 2020, and there hasn’t been much info since. There have been whispers that we’d see it soon, though, as recent reports indicated that companies are working on gaming-focused Chromebooks.
Google talked about Steam for all of 13 seconds during its Google for Games Developer Summit keynote
Despite how long we’ve been waiting, the...Continue Reading