The other day some news surfaced that a developer by the name of Twisted had managed to work out how to get PlayStation 4 Remote Play working on PCs. It was still in development but Twisted said on Monday that he was hoping to sell the program for £6.50/$10. Well, it turns out his year of hard work was totally in vain, because Sony’s just announced it’s going to be officially supporting its own version of PS4 Remote Play on PCs.
Sony Worldwide Studios head honcho Shuhei Yoshida confirmed that it was happening via Twitter, saying it was working on an official app for both PC and Mac users. In essence it’s pretty similar to the Windows 10 streaming now capable on an Xbox One, allowing users to broadcast PS4 gameplay directly to their PC and play on there. Provided you have both a PC and a PS4, then you can play exclusives like Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, Until Dawn, Bloodborne and more, all on your PC. [More]