Sony has announced tomorrow’s release of new firmware for PlayStation 4. Update number 3.50, formerly known under the code name Musashi, brings remote game with PC and Mac, the “incognito” mode and other innovations.
Feature Remote Play for PC and Mac will allow you to remotely play PlayStation via PC on Windows or OS X. we will Remind, for the first time the ability to remote play PC Sony promised back in November 2015. At the moment there is an application called Sony PS4 Remote Play, which allows you to broadcast the image to the console on a smartphone or tablet and, respectively, to play them.
The Remote Play function supports Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and above, as well as OS X 10.10 and OS X 10.11. The user can use the DualShock 4 controller, which will need to connect to a PC via USB.
In addition to streaming games on the PC, the update 3.50 will bring the “incognito” mode, allowing you to enable offline mode when you turn on the console, the service support for Dailymotion Share function, notifications about friends in the network, as well as scheduled events for joint gaming sessions.