PlayStation well known a feature called Remote Play (Remote Play) that allows you to connect remotely to your PS4, through a local network or the Internet to play away.
Sony’s Remote Play app has recently been updated to add support for the PS5. In the new connection options, we can see that the PS5 will offer a maximum resolution of 1080p when we connect remotely.
This resolution is the same that the PS4 Pro offers today, and logically it is below the maximum resolution of 4K that the PS5 can reach.
The only improvement that the PS5 offers compared to the PS4 in terms of remote use is the compatibility with HDR, as long as your computer is connected to a screen with this HDR technology, you have the Microsoft HEVC video extension installed. , and you have activated HDR in the Windows options.
The Remote Play app doesn’t offer frame rate options for the PS5, so we assume it will always run at least 60fps.
The PlayStation 5 arrives on November 12 in the United States, Japan, and Mexico, while the rest of the world will be able to enjoy it on November 19.