Valve's Family Sharing Plan has yet to be released to the public, but before it can be shown off properly, it's undergoing a facelift first. On Friday, PCWorld reports, Valve announced a new authorization limit of ten users on ten different machines. This is an interesting twist on the old policy, especially considering the new freedom it affords multiple users.
Now, the process will require two-step authentication, but once a computer is authorized Steam Family Sharing will allow users to share their collection of games between multiple unique accounts, and these new rules make it even easier to share with friends, family, roommates, and more -- once one of you purchases a game, you can all play it on different computers.
These alterations have definitely made the Family Sharing Plan a pleasing choice for Steam users. Are you going to be taking advantage of its perks?