This App Will Let You Stream PS4 Games To PC

As we have the Xbox One on the track to get streaming support for games to Windows 10 PC or tablet, the PlayStation 4 seems following the same. But unlike the Xbox One, the adventure with Sony’s PS4 seems on a slow track as its makers show no hurry in this regard. But there are many enthusiasts who opt to go the long way without waiting for any official step.

One of such enthusiastic developers finally made it before Sony itself get things official. The developer here successfully managed enable PC streaming of the PS4 games. This will be the same thing we are set to observe with the Xbox One. And demonstrated by our developer you can try out the PS4 on your windows running PC with extreme experience.

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After PC streaming enabled you don’t need to look for access to TV to enjoy the Xbox games. The options are even more restricted with the PS4 as it only allows streaming to PlayStation Vita and PlayStation TV. It however still carries some restrictions as you will need the PS4 controller mapped to vita. Having PC streaming now you will not face such barriers while looking for the best experience with the PS4 games.

According to details the developers managed to exploit the Remote Play functionality of the PS4. After the exercise with the PS4 Remote Play option they found it working well on windows PC too. It is surprisingly the same experience that we were set to get on the Xbox One.

Right now we have nothing official about the PS4 streaming on Windows PC. But the developers who made it have released an introductory video showing the concept working perfectly. It not only demonstrate the process to heck the original PS 4 options but also a smooth playback display its results nicely.

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