PS4 System Software Update 7.00 launches this week and includes new Android support for PlayStation Remote Play.
Sony has released the next update to the PlayStation 4 firmware, but this time instead of the standard improvements. Performance gamers get new chips.
With the advent of Update 7, the maximum number of participants has been extended in the “party” application for PS4, allowing gamers to communicate during the game. If only 8 users were able to gather “party” before, the 7.0 update will increase the number of seats to 16. Sony also promises to translate audio messages by improving network connectivity, voice quality of voice chats and chat recordings (the US only). As text.
The firmware release resumes the PS4 relationship for Android users. Remote Play allows smartphone owners of “green robots” to finally stream games from their Sony console to their device. To do this, you need to download the Remote Play app and Android to at least the fifth version.
Gamers can also use wireless DualShock 4 controllers for remote playback on Android, iPhone, iPad, and Mac. The only requirement is to upgrade your device to Android 10, iOS 13, iPad 13, and macOS Catalina. It is recommended to connect the PS4 via LAN cable for the stable operation of Remote Play.