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PS4 Remote Play for Mac/PC

You no longer have to drag your PS4 everywhere you go! You can now play PS4 games on your Mac or PC without carrying your cumbersome console with you. PlayStation 4′s new system software update now lets you appear to be offline and schedule online events, but the most exciting new function is the ability to control your PlayStation 4 system, and play all your PS4 games from your computer away from home, all you need is a PS4 controller, USB cable, and a good internet connection. Perfect for when you´re stuck in a hotel on a work trip, you can thank us later…

Simply follow this link and install PS4 Remote Play on your computer, then make sure you’ve enabled Remote Play on your PS4.




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