Play PlayStation 4 Games On Your PC Or Mac Via Remote Play

The latest firmware update from PlayStation 4 will allow you to play PlayStation 4 games on PC, Mac, and Windows 10 platforms. Announced via the PlayStation Blog, PlayStation 4 users will be able to download the firmware update 3.50 (codenamed MUSASHI) when it goes live tomorrow.

PlayStation Remote Play PC and Mac

The remote play will be playable on PC / Mac that uses Windows 8.1, Windows 10 or later, OS X 10.10, or OS X 10.11 system software. You can then select the resolution and frame rates based on your internet bandwidth.

The resolution options are: 360p, 540p, 720p (Default: 540p). The frame rates, on the other hand, will be either Standard (30fps) or High (60fps) with the default mode being Standard.

You can use the DualShock 4 as the controllers by connecting it to the PC / Mac via a USB cable. Once the update goes live, you can download the Remote Play installer over here.

In addition to the PC / Mac remote play, the update will also add new features for the console including the ability to ‘appear offline’, create scheduled ‘Play’ events, and live-streaming on Dailymotion. For a more detailed overview, head over to the PlayStation Blog.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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