If you download the PS5 version, you can only use the new DS, unless you remote in with an app as I mentioned above. But, if you're happy with a lower resolution and maybe framerate, the PS4 version on the PS5 will let you both play without having to remote in. Follow these steps, and you’ll be able to play on your PS4 using a PS5 controller: First of all, download the PS Remote Play app onto your PC or laptop Following the prompts on your PC, use the PS Remote Play app to connect up with your PS4 console Using a USB cable, connect your PS5 controller to your PC and link it up to the PS Remote Play app. The PS Remote Play app is available on Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android, PS4, and PS5 (yes, you can stream one PS5 to another PS5, if you really want). The PS5 and PS4 already have the Remote Play app. PS Remote Play is a free to use feature on all PS4 and PS5 consoles. All you need is: Your PS5 or PS5 Digital Edition, PS4 or PS4 Pro 1 connected to your home wired broadband network. A compatible device — also connected to your network. The free PS Remote Play app. A DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller or DualSense controller 2. Remote play was already confirmed for the PS5, allowing you to stream the console via your phone or tablet, but this is the first time we’ve heard that a PS4 will also be compatible.
Sony started rolling out the PS5 Remote Play app onto PS4 consoles over the weekend, and now we’ve got the first video of the feature up and running ahead of system’s launch later this week in the US. Check it out in action below, courtesy of journalist Andy Robinson on Twitter.
PS5 Remote Play Video – Watch It In Action
Here it is: PS5 Remote Play on a PS4 console. pic.twitter.com/IFP6NQQfv1
— Andy Robinson (@AndyPlaytonic) November 10, 2020
The PS5 will be unleashed in the US and Japan on November 12 and in the UK and Europe on November 19, but you’ve probably had those dates drilled into your head by now, right?
Sony will be releasing a number of high-profile games alongside the new system, including Spider-Man: Miles Morales, SackBoy: A Big Adventure and Demon’s Souls remake, with the likes of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs Legion and Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition also available within the launch window.
[Source – Andy Robinson on Twitter]
You can play PlayStation 5 games with a DualShock controller on a PlayStation 4 via Remote Play.
Eurogamer has confirmed the feature works. There's even a menu, accessed by pressing the PlayStation Button, that lets you jump to the PS5 Control Centre, among other things. However, you are not able to use a DualSense controller with the PS5 Remote Play app on PS4.
The PS5 Remote Play app popped up on PS4 yesterday. The app lets you use the PS4 to connect to and control your PS5. The options let you switch between 540p, 720p standard and 1080p streaming.
To use Remote Play, you have to enable it on the PS5 you're connecting to first. To do that, on your PS5, go to Settings, System, Remote Play, and turn on Enable Remote Play.
Ps5 Remote On Ps4
As already confirmed by Sony, you are not able to use a PS4 controller to play PS5 games on a PS5. Sony has come under fire for the decision at a time when Xbox Series X games are playable with any Xbox One controller.
Explaining its decision, Sony said it believed 'PS5 games should take advantage of the new capabilities and features we're bringing to the platform, including the features of DualSense wireless controller'. These features include adaptive triggers and haptic feedback.
Ps5 Controllers On Ps4
However, you are able to turn off these DualSense features in the PS5 settings, and now we know you can play PS5 games with a DualShock via Remote Play.