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Remote Play is one of the most amazing features of the PlayStation 4. PlayStation 4 was built from the ground up to have seamless integration with PS Vita and that they both share the same lead architect. Remote Play as the name suggests, allows you to play your PlayStation 4 games on your PS Vita, remotely. You can even take your games outside your house or wherever you have your PlayStation 4 and network setup, and play on your PS Vita.
Many also inquired if they can use their DualShock 4 to connect with PS Vita and play using the controller. One YouTube user, TheTrinityofwar, demonstrated that you can indeed use your DualShock 4 to play on the PS Vita but it requires a sub-account to do so. He clarified that he cannot use it when he used his main account but could use the DualShock 4 when he signed in using his daughter’s sub account.
Check out it in action in the video below:
The primary account being used on the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita would not allow for the DualShock 4 to be used with PS Vita. We hope that later on Sony would also allow the primary or main account to use their DualSHock 4 with the PS Vita to play.
What do you think about this feature? Will you use the DualShock 4 to play on the PS Vita? Let us know in the comments below.