I was away for the weekend and was trusting that the PS4 has launched the essential update of their history. Well, it’s remote play on Mac or PC/Windows Tablet! Well, as it was the weekend, I turned on my PS4 with a great surprise and guess what I have found. The new 3.5 firmware update. Now, it was the time to explore the power of the software and hardware bridge from Sony! So I just sat back tight on my sofa to play the game remotely on my PC!
There were no alternatives accessible for me to do this before, yet now if I ever want to game with my PS4 and use my laptop as the screen, I’ll be ready. That is on the grounds that Sony has discharged an official Remote Play application for both Macs and PCs, giving gamers a chance to stream and play PlayStation games remotely. It bolsters the PlayStation controller, and it’s bleeding splendid.
There are some easy steps to play remotely on your Desired Mac or PC.
STEPS TO SETUP YOUR PS4
Before you can start ganking fresh level 30 scrubs in The Division‘s Dark Zone on your lunch break, you’ll need to do a bit of PS4 housekeeping. Don’t worry, it’ll only take a few minutes.
Fire up your PS4, go to ‘Settings’ > ‘Remote Play Connection Settings’, then hit ‘Enable Remote Play.’ Boom, you’re done.
Next up, you’ll want to make sure the correct Rest Mode options are enabled.
Go to ‘Settings’ > ‘Power Saving Settings’ > ‘Set Features Available in Rest Mode.’ Check ‘Stay Connected to the Internet,’ and ‘Enable Turning on PS4 from Network.’
Finally, the PS4 will also have to be activated as your primary system, though there’s a good chance it probably is already. If it isn’t, go to ‘Settings’ > ‘Playstation Network/Account Management’ > ‘Activate as Your Primary PS4. All done? Then it’s time to let your PS4 and PC become very good friends.