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With a new update, you can now play your favorite PlayStation 5 games on any screen in your house using a Google Chromecast. Want to know all about the new PS Remote Play feature? Then keep reading.
PS Remote Play streams PlayStation 5 to Chromecast
Sony is releasing an update for the PlayStation 5. The PS Remote Play feature can now stream PlayStation 5 games to your Google Chromecast with Google TV. With this feature, games will still play on your gaming console, but you can send them to another screen via a local network. This means you no longer have to carry your PlayStation around the house to play games on different televisions.
Currently, only two products are officially supported: the Google Chromecast with Google TV (4K) and Sony’s own Bravia XR A95L televisions. However, the feature will soon be available on other Android TV and Google TV devices. OS 12 is required for this. You can download the app from the Google Play Store on your smart TV or media player.
Want to start streaming games yourself? Here’s what you’ll need: a supported media player such as the Chromecast with Google TV (4K, not HD), a PlayStation controller connected to your media player via Bluetooth, and both your PlayStation 5 and media player must be connected to the same network. Simply follow the steps in the PS Remote Play app, and you’re good to go.
More about Google Chromecast with Google TV
The Google Chromecast is one of the most affordable and accessible media players for your home. By connecting it to your television, it turns into a smart TV. You can use it to connect to the internet, stream Netflix, watch YouTube, or play simple games. It also comes with a handy little remote control for easy navigation.
In 2020, the Google Chromecast with Google TV 4K was released with all the smart features. Before that, you could only stream to a Chromecast from your smartphone. In 2022, a variant was launched with the same smart features at a lower price. That was the Google Chromecast with Google TV (HD), which, as the name suggests, only supports HD resolution.