Play your PlayStation® gamesfrom virtually anywhere* with ease.
*A PS4™ or PS5™ and broadband internet is required to stream your games to other devices. For more information, please visit PS Remote Play Support
Getting started with PlayStation® Remote Play
What you'll need
How does PS Remote Play work?
Yup, PS Remote Play requires you to log into an PlayStation® console. It can be any console--whether you own it, rent it, or borrow it, that decision is up to you. No console? No problem. Every purchase of the Backbone One includes trials to the most popular cloud game streaming services, including Google Stadia Pro. Google Stadia Pro lets you play hit games like Cyberpunk and Resident Evil Village. Learn more here at playbackbone.com/gamepass/
The PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Pro, and PlayStation 5 all support PS Remote Play capabilities. Own an older generation model of PlayStation? No worries, there are many cloud streaming services that don’t require a console to play recent game titles like Cyberpunk and Resident Evil Village. Learn more at playbackbone.com/platforms/
Any game installed on your PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Pro, or PlayStation 5 can be played remotely. You can even download new games remotely through the PS Remote Play app. Don’t feel like waiting? Try streaming the title using Google Stadia Pro.
Yup. To play a game remotely, you must have it installed on your console. Don’t worry, if you forgot to download a game before you left the house, you can also download new games on your console through the PS Remote Play app.
Nope! That’s the beauty of PS Remote Play. So long as you have a stable internet connection with your phone via wi-fi or cellular data and your PlayStation console is on or in rest mode, then it’s accessible anywhere. Play from the couch at grandma’s house or from the beach on a remote desert island.
Yes, only PlayStation consoles that are powered on or in rest mode are accessible via the PS Remote Play app.