The premiere of PlayStation 5 is almost here. In fact, in regions like the United States or Japan, it will take place this week, on November 12. And with it, PlayStation finalizes the details before the premiere. This morning, users in regions such as Australia claim to have come across a remote game app on their PlayStation 4 from a PS5. Which, in the absence of an official announcement by the company, indicates that the games can be broadcast from the new console to the previous PS4.
As reported by Twinfinite, the new remote play feature from PS5 to PS4 has begun to be unlocked this morning in certain regions of the world and possibly will reach all throughout these days. In fact, in the media, they claim that the function has been unlocked after logging in with a Japanese PlayStation account, while the Australian media Press Start claims that it is also available in their country, who have published the images that we share in the news.
So it seems that its implementation is taking place according to the time zone. As for the function itself, and from what those who already have it available show, it will allow us to control our PS5 remotely from another PS4 console after connecting them, and allows us to adjust the streaming resolution between 1080p, 720p, and 540p. A very useful function for those who plan to keep their old console, and who want to enjoy their PS5 in other rooms of the house.
PlayStation 5 will be available in Spain on November 19 for 499 euros in its standard version. From PlayStation, they have already confirmed that there will be no units for sale in-store on launch day for those who have not reserved it, as a preventive measure against the health alert. If you want to know in detail everything that this console will offer, here is our analysis of PlayStation 5.