Play Anywhere vs Steam Valve and the Currrent (Competition) Condition

People have been talking about Play Anywhere vs Steam Valve, considering that these two will hold the important development for the exciting gaming platform in the future. You are probably thinking that you only need one console but try to talk it out with avid and hardcore gamers and they will probably have different answers. Some people may like having only the Steam or the Play only while some may like having the two consoles together. So, which gamer are you? Which one do you like? Which one do you prefer?


Play Anywhere vs Steam Valve: The Common Problems

With the release of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, some of the details about the game and the console start to come to the surface – and so the continuous battle between Play Anywhere vs Steam Valve is being the topic of discussion again. Being the first title for Xbox Play, the game is guaranteed to deliver easiness to players owning Windows 10 PC to acccess the game.


Being a part of Xbox One development, Play Anywhere has been exclusive to some titles, including Forza Horizon 3, ReCore, and Gears of War 4.  Meanwhile, the PC gaming platform has its own exclusive and easiness. Gamers like this platform because they can play different kinds of titles from various manufacturers – allowing those gamers to enjoy a lot of perks from the free market. But in the end, most of the titles are somewhat tied to the companies’ policies – creating a monopoly on the market. Steam Valve has around 70% of the PC titles market distribution. This makes the competition somehow dry and bland. And monopoly will lead to not-so-promising market condition because the leader will get too comfortable to improve themselves. With no one to compete, they won’t have to worry about a thing, don’t they?


Play Anywhere vs Steam Valve and the Beginning of the Competition

With Play Anywhere vs Steam Valve, the condition is different. With the Play (and the promise that it will improve and develop), Steam is having a fiercer competitor. If Steam doesn’t improve themselves, it is most likely that gamers will start switching to Play. It may not be a good news for the Steam but it is an improvement that gamers have been waiting for.


Of course, Play may still have to improve and fix themselves but then again, having the two consoles give gamers the option of making a better pick. There is something promising about Play Anywhere vs Steam Valve, right?