No confirmation from Telltale yet, but if Steam is to believed, you'll be back to Clem in less than two weeks.
From the announcement:
Steam in-home streaming will allow you to play a game on one computer when the game process is actually running on another computer elsewhere in your home. Through Steam, game audio and video is captured on the remote computer and sent to the player's computer. The game input (keyboard, mouse or gamepad) is sent from the player's computer to the game process on the remote computer.
This means you'll be able to play a game that's running on your gaming pc on your terrible old laptop, so every time you get killed in a multiplayer game, you'll have to wonder if that dude just sniped you from his toilet.
From the video description:
Enter the improved Fractals of the Mists, an endless dungeon experience for the brave and skilled! Now you can experience the Thaumanova Reactor and two other new Fractals mini-dungeons. Plus, join the final battle inside the Tower of Nightmares! It all starts November 26!
The Sims 4 has been pushed back from a "early 2014" release to fall of next year. Rachel Franklin, VP and General Manager of The Sims Studio says, "The Sims franchise has the best fans in the world and their passion and enthusiasm is at an all-time high. Those millions of voices will fuel our development process, helping The Sims 4 to be the most ambitious and the best game our studio has ever made. We can't wait to see our fans reaction when The Sims 4 comes out in fall 2014."
If you're one of those fans, you can pre-order The Sims 4 here.