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
Plug your phone into the Backbone One* or any other compatible game controller.
*Note that only the Backbone One PlayStation® Edition is compatible with PS Remote Play on Android devices.
What you'll need
How does PS Remote Play work?
The Backbone One Controller for Android - PlayStation Edition is the only officially supported mobile controller for PS Remote Play on Android.
The Backbone One Controller for Android - Standard Edition is not officially supported - although unofficial workarounds exist, such as the PSPlay App.
Yes, to play a game remotely, you must have it installed on a PlayStation® console that you can access. PS Remote Play is supported on the PlayStation® 4, PlayStation® 4 Pro, and the PlayStation® 5.
No console? No problem. Backbone supports many other popular platforms to stream games from the cloud. Learn more at playbackbone.com/platforms/
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! PS Remote Play supports streaming via cellular data. This setting is defaulted to off but can be updated easily within the PS Remote Play app.
Any game installed on your PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Pro, or PlayStation 5 can be played remotely. You can even purchase and install new games remotely through the PS Remote Play app.
Browse the full catalog of PS Remote Play games at playbackbone.com/games/?platform=playstation
Yes, only PlayStation consoles that are powered on or in rest mode are accessible via the PS Remote Play app.
Yes, 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 purchase and install new games on your console through the PS Remote Play app.
The PlayStation® 4, PlayStation® 4 Pro, and the 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 2077 and Resident Evil Village.
Learn more at playbackbone.com/platforms/