Discord is adding streaming to its suite of offerings. The chat platform today announced that a new Go Live feature will let users broadcast their gameplay live to up to 10 people through a Discord server's voice channel.
The company has said it will be a low-latency stream enabling a virtual couch co-op viewing experience. The service will be able to all users, but paid subscribers will be able to stream higher resolution video at 60 frames per second. Nitro Classic users (paying $5 a month) will get to stream up to 1080p, while Nitro subscribers (paying $10 a month) can go as high as 4K.
Discord Go Live is set to debut August 15.
Update: After the publication of this article, a Discord representative reached out to retract their original claim of zero latency, saying the stream will be low latency instead. The story above has been changed to reflect this.