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This is how you play PlayStation 4 games on Vita


6:00 PM on 11.05.2013



Thanks to the latest entry in Sony's acclaimed Firmware series, the PlayStation 4 can now be played remotely via the PS Vita. 

In celebration of that achievement, Sony put together a nifty little video providing a glance at how the process of streaming content to the portable works, along with showcasing the likes of Knack, Watch Dogs, and Killzone: Shadow Fall running on the second screen.

Note that while the connection sequence was truncated for purposes of keeping the demonstration nice and breezy, the spot communicates the basic idea behind how this is all going to go down when the PlayStation 4 hits shelves late next week.

At least you won't have to fight over the remote to play with your new toy.






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