Emulation:PlayStation 5

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PlayStation 5
PlayStation 5 cover
Related controllers
DualSense
Predecessor
PlayStation 4
PlayStation 5 on Wikipedia

General information

PlayStation 5 at Emulation General Wiki

Remote Play[edit]

Allows streaming PlayStation 5 to PC at 1080p, 60 FPS with HDR support.
Requires DualShock 4 or DualSense with official driver, Windows 10 or macOS 10.13 and a SEN activated and logged-in account. DualSense is required to play PS5 games, but DualShock 4 can be used to play PS4 games.
Install and use PS Remote Play
  1. Download the client and install it.
  • From PS5:
    1. From the home screen, select [Settings] > [System] > [Remote Play], and then turn on [Enable Remote Play].
    2. To start Remote Play while your PS5 console is in rest mode, select [Settings] > [System] > [Power Saving] > [Features Available in Rest Mode]. Then turn on [Stay Connected to the Internet] and [Enable Turning on PS5 from Network].
  • From PC:
    1. Connect DualShock 4 or DualSense.
    2. Launch the Remote Play software.
    3. Log in with SEN account and follow instructions.
Use PS Remote Play with HDR
  1. From the home screen of your PS5 console, go to [Settings] > [Screen and Video] > [Video Output], and then set [HDR] to [Automatic].
  2. From your Windows PC settings, select [System] > [Display] > [Windows HD Color settings], and then turn on [Play HDR games and apps].
  3. Launch the Remote Play software.
  4. From [Settings], go to [Video Quality for Remote Play] and then select the checkbox for [Enable HDR].