Google plans to support Steam games platform on Chromebooks
Google plans to support Steam games platform on Chromebooks

The head of Google's Chrome OS division said in an interview with the Android Police website that the company is trying to allow Chromebook users to play video games through the company's Steam Games platform. valve

(Kan Liu) The website didn't tell when the platform would be supported on Chromebooks, but this ad is strange, but not surprising, as Google has been working to support Android apps in recent years. In order to extend the functionality of Chrome OS, the goal is to make the system completely unreliable on the network. However, Steam support means that users can play hundreds of games that support Linux based on Chrome OS OS.

Keep in mind, however, that Chromebooks generally have enough specifications to run web applications. Therefore, it is incredible that these devices support powerful games for powerful laptops. However, some companies have recently released powerful Chromebooks and Liu has been interviewed in a (Android Police) lawyer.

Google should also use game support on Chromebooks to promote and benefit from the Stadia service, a game streaming service launched about two months ago, because this service does not require any powerful hardware on the device.

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