Steam Support :: Family Library Sharing. Family Sharing allows family members to share games while keeping their accounts separate. Family and guests can play one another’s games while earning their own Steam achievements and saving their own game progress to the Steam Cloud.
Yes. You may authorize Family Library Sharing on up to 10 devices at a given time, and for up to 5 accounts that may then use your game library on any of your authorized computers.
To do this, log into Steam on a friend or family member’s PC, click the Steam menu and select Settings. In this window, click Family, and then tick the authorise Library sharing on this computer option. Finally, log out of your Steam account and let your friend or family member log into their own Steam account.
1 Answer. Yes, you can. To do this, the account that bought the game must set the second PS4 as its « primary » PS4.
Can you open 2 Steam games at once?
You need two Steam accounts. If you want to play the same game on both, then both must own a copy of the game. Each Steam account library can only run games on one computer at a time, but the library can be used on all the computers you own or share it with.
Can two accounts play a game only bought on one account on the same computer?
No, you cannot play at two different systems with the same account at the same time. When you buy a game a license key is associated to it and can be used in a single system only.
Share your Steam game library
- In the top left corner, click Steam.
- Select Settings (on Windows) or Preferences (on Mac) from the drop-down menu.
- Select Family in the side menu.
- Click the box that says Authorize Library Sharing on this computer.
From the Steam Settings panel select the Family tab (or in Big Picture mode, Settings > Family Library Sharing). Here you can select users who have also logged into this computer to share your library with. Click the “Authorize Library Sharing on this Computer” box.