There are somethings that you just dream for and then they become real. Same is the case with Sony. They made our fantasies come true first with the second screen on Xperia phones and tablets and now on laptops with the help of, you guessed it, an adaptor which will allow users to use their standard PS4 controller (dual shock 4). So now you can play PS4 on PC.
The remote access feature comes into play here where PS4 games can be streamed from the console to the laptop. The Playstaion Now service lets you stream Plaaystation 3 titles on your PS4. There are more than 400 PS3 titles available. There will be a Playstation Now app for the PC which was first mentioned in Playstation blog post of EU and then it was given a green light by the American blog.
There is a minimum set of requirements for the PC. You will be needing Windows 7 (SP 1), 8.1 or 10. You will need to have either a 3.5GHz Intel Core i3 or 3.8GHz AMD A10 minimum processor spec. At least 2GB of RAM and a small space of 300MB to install the software. The minimum broadband speed you will need should be at least 5Mbps. Sony recommendation is to use a cable connection for a more stable experience. Gamers with PS Now accounts would still be able to access their accounts on their PC as well which would allow them to continue their gaming progress across different platforms. Ps4 on PC is certainly a dream come true.
The adapter is one thing we have been waiting for quite some time. It is amazing to see the way these companies are using different screens for you uninterrupted gaming experience. No more snatching to remote or waiting for your dad to get finished with his golf game on TV. It is time to use all your tech and become a gaming God.