PlayStation 5 is almost here. Go still a little while but with the speed that time is passing, it won’t even take long. Anyway, soon we will have a very powerful console, similar to rival XBOX and that will undoubtedly guarantee many hours of addiction. In this regard, there is another novelty for those who, for some reason, want to play but cannot be hooked on the TV. Either because the parents want to see the soap opera, or because they simply want to be lying down playing. I speak specifically of Sony’s PS Remote Play for Android that has just been updated.
PS Remote Play for Android receives update for PS5!
PS Remote Play received an update that adds support for PS5. This means that you will be able to play your game library on your smartphone, even when you are not in front of the console. Of course, for all this you will need a stable Wi-Fi connection! The application shows in practice everything that would be on TV and adds touch buttons. Of course, if you have a controller, you’ll be able to use it with your smartphone when the PS5 arrives.
However, there are some more new features in addition to support for PS5, which is undoubtedly the biggest. That said, there was an update in the design of the screens. In addition, button assignments made on PS4 or PS5 can be used in Remote Play.
The compatible version was changed to 7.0 or later, as noted by XDA Developers.
In fact, everything is really preparing for the arrival of PS5 and since we talk about it there is another novelty. Apparently, Sony is betting strong and ugly on PlayStation Plus! First with the arrival of the PS Plus Collection that brings many of the most popular PS4 titles to the next generation console (for free). In addition, subscribers to the service will also have access to an in-game system that basically offers some tricks and tips for passing certain levels or bosses. (It even shows screenshots, videos, etc…).
You can read more about it here.
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