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Valve developing Source 2, Steam Link will let you play on your TV
Revered PC developer Valve is finally at work on the Source 2 engine, the successor to the very slick but now more than 10 years old Source Engine. The engine will be mod friendly and free to developers, though the games they develop must be released on Steam (but aren't exclusive).
Source 2 will be compatible with Vulkan, which is yet another performance-friendly API, and the successor to OpenGL.
Also coming down the pipe is Steam Link - a device that lets you broadcast Steam games on your desktop or laptop directly to your TV, a la Chromecast. Link will support 1080p and 60Hz with low latency when it launches for $49.99 this November. A controller will be available to go with it for an additional $49.99.
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