Eurogamer Digital Foundry reports via Twitter that most PS4 games will be supporting PlayStation Vita Remote Play. Reportedly, standard PS4 games can be streamed on PlayStation Vita handheld through the Remote Play streaming module. At the unveiling event, Sony expressed a will to set almost every PS4 title to function.
Earlier, Eurogamer reported that the Remote Play module would function for all PlayStation 4 games with an exception for those that need the PS4 Eye Stereo Camera. Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony Worldwide Studios confirmed the news on Twitter. This spec announced by Sony is likely to augment the sales rate of PS4. This new specification means that future PS4 possessors would be able to play all PS4 games on PS Vita without having the need to purchase an extra copy.
Sony has examined this module with its PS3 as well. It has showcased a surplus of games including Killzone 3, streaming on PS Vita with actually no effects on in-game experience.
Remote Play will emulate the gaming experience acquired on Wii U via GamePad Controller of Nintendo. Nintendo Wii U arrives with both portions regularly bundled, while PlayStation 4 needs both Vita and PS4 individually. So, PS4 will be more expensive than Nintendo Wii U while you opt to gain a similar experience.
This feature facilitates gamers to stream games on the PS Vita, whilst others are playing a different game or simply watching television. Obviously, Remote Play will be beneficial for those who are habituated to switch their rooms while gaming. They will not require shifting the complete PS4 and instead, use the Remote Play to control their games. However, Nintendo 3DS will be a stiff competitor to PS4 and the latter needs to implant more exciting games and modules to reach up to the level of Nintendo.