Sony Playstation 4 Remote Play

Apr 12, 2016

Category: Tech

Compromise is key to any good relationship, romantic or otherwise. Prime example; you want to play The Division, but your roommate is watching her soaps on the T.V. Usually the right move is to let it slide and read a book or something, but now with Playstation’s new update – you can play that game on your Mac or PC laptop instead.

With the 3.50 software update, PS4 owners now have the ability to install Remote Play on their laptop, which allows them to play remotely so long as there console is connected to the internet. Of course you need access to decent internet, with Sony recommending 12 Mbps upload and download. If you have it like that, though, you can now enjoy your games without having to haggle over who has rights to the T.V. For that, we are thankful.

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