Android 12 Users Can Now Play PS5 Games With a DualSense Wireless Controller

Sony has announced a new update to the PS Remote Play app on Android, bringing the version to v4.6.0. The update adds support for PS5’s DualSense game controller and the new DualShock 4 features for Android 12 users. Now, the PS Remote Play v4.6.0 lets you use PS5’s DualSense controller if your device runs Android 12. And if you have the PS4’s DualShock, you can use the touchpad and motion sensor on your Android 12 device.

The PS Remote Play app (v4.6.0) is available for download from the Google Play Store in its latest version worldwide. So, if you own a PS5 console, you can now stream PS5 games to an Android 12 phone with the PS Remote Play 4.6.0 app and control the action with the DualSense controller. By installing the latest PS Remote Play app on your Android 12 device, you can play the PS4 and PS5 games on your phone.

DualSense and Enhanced DualShock 4 Support Requires Android 12

As said before, the newly added support for the DualSense and new DualShock features require Android 12 or later. However, the previous DualShock 4 support only requires Android 10 or later. Further, the PS Remote Play app supports up to 1080p without HDR.

It’s not just Android — earlier this year, Apple and Sony had brought DualSense support to iOS with the release of iOS 14.5. But now, the gaming console maker has added DualSense support to Android 12 with the new PS Remote Play app. The app is currently only available for mobile devices running iOS and Android. There’s currently no such support for Android TV or Apple TV devices.

Punkaj Kumar

An engineer by profession, tech geek, writer, and a passionate blogger. I love to write on topics related to smartphones, computers, and innovative technology.

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