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PS4 system software"version 7.00"will be released, October 8th!

PS4 system software

A system software update is coming for the PS4, which seems to be getting more and more useful with each update.
This update #1 news will be the ability to do remote play on Android devices other than the Xperia!
Here's a look at what's included in the update, as well as the Remote Play feature!

The "Party" feature has been upgraded!

Party Feature Update

With this update, the "Party" function, which allows users to chat, share play, and share game screens with other users, will be enhanced.
The maximum number of players will increase from 8 to 16! This means you can now enjoy the game with more friends.
In addition, network connectivity and voice chat sound quality will be improved, so you will be able to use the "Party" function more comfortably.
It is important to note that due to the change in specifications, it will not be possible to party with users of different system software versions.
Also, PlayStation Vita users will no longer be able to party.
You need to check with your party members before updating.

Addition of devices supporting Remote Play

Now to the main issue! After this update, Remote Play will be available on Android devices other than Sony's Xperia!
I used to enjoy Remote Play on my Xperia Z3 Tablet, but since I bought a new tablet, I have been missing Remote Play, so this is great news!
Remote Play is available for smartphones and tablets with OS version Android 5.0 or later.
And if your device has Android 10 or later, you can use the PS4 wireless controller DUALSHOCK4!
Surprisingly, controlling PS4 games with the in-screen touchpad can be quite challenging, so it's nice to know that the DUALSHOCK4 can be used!
DUALSHOCK4 is not guaranteed to work with all devices, so you will need to check if it works with your device.

PS4 Remote Play for Android can be downloaded from Google Play!

Remote Play for iPhone, iPad, and Mac is now even better!

In addition to the aforementioned updates, there are also updates to the already implemented Remote Play for iPhone and iPad.
The controller will now always be visible when playing remotely on an iPhone or iPad. You will also be able to fix the orientation of the screen while playing on your iPhone.
In addition, DUALSHOCK4 will be able to connect to iPhone, iPad and Mac via Bluetooth.
The iPhone requires iOS 13, the iPad requires iPadOS 13, and the Mac requires macOS Catalina or later, so be sure to update your device before using it!
It'll make remote play on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac much more comfortable!

Update to version 7.00 on October 8!

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<p>The PS4 system software "version 7.00" will be available on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 18:00!
For non-Xperia Android users, the availability of Remote Play has been a long time coming.
Make sure to update your PS4 and download the Remote Play app so you can enjoy your PS4 anytime, anywhere! </p>

<p>For more information, please visit <a href="https://www.jp.playstation.com/blog/detail/9037/20191007-ps4.html" rel="noopener" target="_blank">PlayStation Blog</a <a href="" rel="noopener" target="_blank">PlayStation Blog</a> for more information! </p>

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