PlayStation App Gets Its Next-Gen Update

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In preparation for the PlayStation 5 release, Sony rolled out an update for its Remote Play app earlier this month.

And if the console unboxing isn't enough for you, we also unboxed some of the launch accessories for the PS5. As part of this integration, PlayStation Messages will no longer be available as a standalone app. There's a new home screen that shows what your friends are playing, as well as providing key details about your recently played games. All of your messages from the PlayStation 4 (and PS5) will appear there, replacing the PS Messages app. Parties can be created. Your existing messages and threads in PlayStation Messages will be carried over to the updated PlayStation App.

When the PS5 becomes available, users will be able to remotely launch games, manage storage, and more right from the PS App. It'll have a new look, as you might expect, but it will also add new features like voice chat, better PlayStation Store access, and PlayStation 5 compatibility.

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While the title was set to launch on November 12th, originally priced at a staggering £70, the title has now been shifted into a February 2021 release date and will be included with customers' PlayStation Plus online subscriptions. There are no updates to share today, but thanks for speaking up about your concerns - we're listening and evaluating. Now the main PlayStation app itself is getting an overhaul that's been built to compliment the gaming experience on both PS4 and PS5 consoles.

You can find the new app by following the link below.

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