PlayStation Remote Play just got even better for Android 12 users thanks to the new update.
In a tweet earlier today, Sony announced that the new update available for Android 12 users was now available globally. It appears that the main focus of the update has been on the controllers, as it enables Remote Play to pair with wireless DualSense controllers, and provides new features to DualShock 4 controller devices paired with the system. PS4 controller users can now take advantage of the touchpad, motion sensor, battery indicator, and rumble effect.
New PS Remote Play update for Android 12 users enables pairing with the DualSense wireless controller and new DualShock 4 features including touchpad, motion sensor, rumble and battery indicator: https://t.co/4fpa77Ggi5Live Now Globally ! pic.twitter.com/kmTCVTpjqtNovember 16, 2021
You’ll need a PS4 or PS5 to take advantage of Remote Play, but once you get past that relatively small hurdle, the system lets you stream your games through any compatible device connected to your broadband network. Like your phone, tablet, or laptop, or via your mobile data. It won’t let you play your games at all, but it will let you play PS5 games from your bed instead of your TV, and that’s pretty much the norm now that it’s cooling down, as you’ll have a perfect excuse under the covers. game from.
PS5 Remote Play’s new expansion comes at an excellent time, as there are already so many games out there to enjoy, with some big hitters coming soon. In the not-too-distant future, you’ll be able to flick straight from something like The Last of Us 2 or Ghost of Tsushima to God of War Ragnarok or Horizon Forbidden West.
If it tickles your fancy, then tap into your hype with this list Upcoming PS5 Games,