We are ecstatic to announce today that Backbone One &# 8211, PlayStation Edition, a smartphone control with an international license, is now accessible to iOS and Android customers.
When we recently announced Backbone One &# 8211, PlayStation Edition for iOS, we received a very enthusiastic response. We &# 8217, we’ve seen a lot of gamers use the PS Remote Play app feature to stream PS4 and PS5 games from the console using the Backbone One and # 8211, PlayStation Edition, while they’re at home or elsewhere. * On the BackBone system, it has immediately established itself as one of the most well-liked entertainment functions.
We’re happy to now offer Backbone One PlayStation Edition for Android & nbsp as well because we’ve heard from Android users asking for the same best-in-class gaming experience on a regular basis.
On the design and feel of Backbone One &# 8211, PlayStation Edition for Android, we worked closely with the PlayStation team. The design of the DualSense mobile control, including the open face buttons, served as inspiration for the colors, materials, and runs. If you already own the Pulse 3D cordless microphone, you can use its 3.5mm headphone jack to connect it immediately to your Backbone One. It looks just like the PS5 system.
Backbone One and # 8211, PlayStation Edition can be easily set up and used with the most recent update to the PS Remote Play app on Google Play. Lock an iPhone or Android device into the Backbone One and start playing your PS5 and PS4 games right away with the help of the PS Remote Play software, whether that’s out and about or perhaps elsewhere in the home, if you have access to broadband internet and a PS5. For more details, visit the PlayStation Remote Play site.
Players can quickly access the PlayStation App by double-taping the Options button on Backbone One &# 8211, PlayStation Edition. To enhance the customer experience, the most recent PlayStation App release will also help controller-based navigation in landscape orientation.
The activities that are available properly vary by region.
Backbone One can be used with games like Call of Duty: Mobile, Fortnite, Diablo Immortal, and more. It also works great with Google Play and App Store activities as well as other activity streaming services that support devices.
For a unique PlayStation practice, players can access the Backbone App. You &# 8217 will find a variety of PlayStation integrations inside the app, including unique characters that represent the iconic PlayStation forms and the option to browse lots of game titles. All of your activities, including app store activities and supported game streaming services, are combined in one location by the Backbone app for Android. Inside the Backbone App, people will also find a specific course with fresh PlayStation produces and updates.
Finally, in addition to being already accessible in the US, Canada, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, Australia, and New Zealand, Backbone One PlayStation Edition will soon be accessible there.
With the Backbone One and # 8211, PlayStation Edition, we hope Android users will enjoy using the PlayStation App, PS Remote Play, and mobile native games. For more information on how to configure Backbone One &# 8211, PlayStation Edition for Android for use with PS Remote Play on Android and other compatible equipment, go to PlayStation Support.
For your game to be streamed to different products, you need a PS4 or PS5 system, the PS Remote Play App, and an account with PlayStation Network. PS Remote Play can be used with Wi-Fi or a portable data network. At least 5 Mbps of bandwidth computer is necessary. A high-speed network of at least 15Mbps is advised for a better PS Remote Play knowledge, whether you’re connecting via Wi-Fi or mobile information. PS Remote Play is not compatible with titles that call for PS VR, PlayStation VR2, or other devices like a PlayStation cameras. When using PS Remote Play on an Android, PC, Mac, iPhone, or iPad, the presence of DualSense functions like audio output and sensory results varies, and some features might not be present.
By PlayStation Official blog (blog.playstation.com)