Choose the day, time, game, and send it off to your friends.
When your event starts, users who registered will automatically be added to a party so you can start playing right away.
With this update, we’re expanding PS4’s Remote Play capabilities to work with Windows PC and Mac.Remote Play on PC / Mac is compatible with the following system software: You can use one Dual Shock 4 as the controller for Remote Play, which needs to be connected to your PC / Mac via a USB cable.After the system software update launches, you’ll be able to download the Remote Play Installer here.You can designate if you would like to appear offline when you log-in or at any time from your Profile, or by holding down the PS Button on Dual Shock 4 to bring up the Quick Menu.Now you can choose to get notified when your friends come online.
To receive notifications, select a player on your friends list, press Options, and select ‘Notify When Online.’ On the Events tab, we’re adding the ability to schedule gameplay sessions with your friends.
Just select ‘Create Event,’ and you’ll be able to make an invitation for an upcoming gameplay session.
Our next major system software update for PS4, version 3.50 (codenamed MUSASHI), is out tomorrow!
While we outlined some of the features last month before our beta program started, we wanted to give a more detailed look at the update and share some new info.
We’re making it easier to play together with friends, adding the ability to appear offline, and more.
On your Profile tab, we’ve added a new option called ‘Online Status.’ From here, you can choose to ‘Appear Offline.’ This could be useful if you want to play games or watch movies without your friends knowing you’re online.