GamesPlayStation 5: Update finally enables streaming on Android devices and PCs

PlayStation 5: Update finally enables streaming on Android devices and PCs

The new PS5 update has it all. Not only does it support the use of a second DualSense controller and M.2 SSDs with up to 8 TB, no, it now also enables streaming on devices such as smartphones, tablets and PCs.

Your PlayStation games on your cell phone?

With PS Remote Play you can stream the games you own on the PS4 or PS5 to other devices. This includes PCs, Macs, tablets and smartphones – whether Android or iOS.

On all Android devices you have to search for the app in the app store to use streaming. Starting today, the PS Remote Play app is also available on devices running Android TV OS 12.

There is also more good news with improvements in the PS app, the ability to use two DualSense controllers in parallel and haptic feedback in the PS5 menu. In addition, users of Dolby Atmos-capable devices, such as soundbars or home theater systems, can now also use 3D audio.

You can also easily invite friends and other players to a closed group without having to create an automatic group. As soon as someone shares their screen, there is now a preview image and you can immediately see which of your friends are in an activity.

Sony has also thought about general user-friendliness, as you can now search for games in your library. Increasing the capacity for M.2 SSDs to a full 8 TB also ensures more storage space.

You can read more about the updates on the official PlayStation blog.

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