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How to Use Remote Play

How to Use Remote Play

Sometimes we’re away from home, but want to game. Carry a laptop and PS4 controller with you and you can. The PS4’s Remote Play feature gives you the option to stream your games from your console to a PC or PS Vita with ease.

Read: PS4 Remote Play Confirmed for Mac and PC

When using Remote Play, you’re still playing the game on your system at home. However, the console is sending a video feed of what’s going on directly to your PC so that you can react to it. The feature does require a decent internet connection, which is why most people only rely on it for casual games. Remote Play also works within your home.

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