Sony has declared that the PlayStation 4 system update 7.0 will be published globally this weekend.
As covered before, the new firmware update will give updated party characteristics, comprising 16-player parties, chat transcription and enhanced audio quality.
In improvement, the superior back-end also expands network web which should settle most of the connectivity problems when connecting with other performers. The update will also store system-level HDR tuning.
PlayStation 4 policy update 7.0 also stores new mean to remotely play on mobile gadgets and the update enables players to use Remote Play on gadgets and tablets running on Android 5.0 and above.
“Meanwhile, for iPhone or iPad utilisers, the Remote Play Application has been updated so you can now show the controller at all periods and lock the screen rotation”, Sony writes.
Last but not limited, Dualshock 4 wireless controls via Bluetooth are now benefited for Remote Play on an Android, iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
For those who like to stream select PlayStation 4 games on mobile gadgets, Remote Play can now be utilized on smartphones and tablets driving Android 5.0 or above. Just download the PlayStation 4 Remote Play Application from the Google Play store to utilize the feature.
Although, for iPhone or iPad users, the Remote Play Application has been revised so you can now display the control at all times and lock the screen rotation.
Also, the players will be prepared to use their DualShock 4 wireless controls via Bluetooth for Remote Play on an Android, iPhone, iPad, and Mac. All you have to do is update to Android 10, iOS 13, iPad 13, or macOS Catalina (releasing in October) to utilize this feature.
As an indication, a PlayStation 4 system with a wired relation via a LAN cable is proposed.
However, no precise date has been declared yet but we can expect the update to come anytime this week.