Today PlayStation has launched “Remote Play” with its recent 3.50 system software update. The latest update contains various new social features like the ability to appear offline for privacy,  user calendar event scheduling, and customized friend notifications. All of these console updates are nice, however the juiciest feature is the new remote play capabilities. Remote play now allows gamers to stream your PS4 to your Mac or PC. You can use one DualShock 4 as the controller for Remote Play, which needs to be connected to your PC or Mac via a USB cable. This new features rival Xbox’s 2015 update, allowing users to stream through PC’s using Windows 10.

 

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PlayStation has been attempting to advance gaming lately with the announcements of ongoing virtual reality production, along with a possible online collaboration with Microsoft.

For additional details and specs on the 3.50 update or instructions on how to set up Remote Play, visit the PlayStation blog here.

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