Sony updates PS Remote Play to support PlayStation 5 on Android



With the arrival of the PlayStation 5 on the market (November 12 in the US and November 19 in Brazil), Sony’s existing features are being updated to accommodate the new device. The novelty is an update made available to the PS Remote Play app, available for Android smartphones, which allows you to run console games on your phone. Remote Play has been around since the second half of the PlayStation 3’s life, but few games were compatible with the resource at the time. With the arrival of the PlayStation 4, Sony has expanded the library of available titles, and now with the PlayStation 5, the app gets an update that will also include the company’s new console. , won update to support PS5. Image: WABetaInfo / Playback Using Remote Play is simple. You access the page corresponding to the app on your Android phone and, after downloading and installing it, turn on your PlayStation 4 and access, in this order: “Settings” “Connection settings for remote use” Activate the option “Enable remote use” important that the console and the smartphone are connected to the same wi-fi network. From here, whenever you open Remote Play on your phone, it will find your console, allowing you to control it from the device’s screen. The process will be the same on PlayStation 5. Note that Remote Play is also available for computers running Windows 10. With the latest update, in addition to connecting with the new console, Sony has also slightly changed the look of the screen – courtesy of the new PlayStation 5 interface – in addition to adjusting the layout and configuration of the virtual buttons to control the games. So far, however, it is not known which PlayStation 5 games will be compatible with the technology. Source: XDA Developers

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