If you still need help figuring out how to download PS4 Remote Play for PC and Mac after the release of PS4 update 3.50, we can offer some assistance.
This is the big standout feature that Sony offered in their latest update, allowing users to take their gaming onto their computer when needed.
In occasions where the main living room TV may be occupied for family needs, this is going to turn out to be a priceless feature which we’re sure most of you will love.
To get started, head to this link to download the client. You can set it up on either PC or Mac and Sony has already posted a full PS4 Remote Play tutorial with all of the relevant steps.
Sony recommends a minimum internet speed of 12mbps to get the best out of Remote Play, while you’ll also want to make sure your PS4 is on a wired connection to the router – not wireless.
Ensure to take a look at the PS4 Remote Play system requirements for PC and Mac too as these are what Sony recommends for the best experience.
You’ll also need a USB cable and your DualShock 4 controller, but after that you are good to go. We want you to leave us a comment below on how your Remote Play experience has been so far.
Has anyone experienced a perfect experience on a wired connection, or even a wireless one? Anyone have any problems with lag occurring?
Also See: PS4 5.50 update notes for March 8