Sony’s PlayStation Portal Remote Player is basically a portable PS5

Sony’s back with a bang, and this time, they’re shrinking the PS5 experience to fit right in the palm of your hand with their first-ever Remote Play dedicated device, the PlayStation Portal remote player.  The Portal isn’t your average handheld device. It boasts an 8-inch LCD screen with 1080p resolution and a refresh rate that clocks in at 60 fps. It’s got haptic feedback and adaptive triggers that mimic the DualSense wireless controller, and it’s designed to play nice with your PS5 console over Wi-Fi. Think of this handheld as the Robin to your PS5’s Batman, an extension of the console Any game that’s compatible with the PS5 can be played on the PlayStation Portal remote player. Games that use the DualSense controller? Check. Games that require additional hardware? Well, not so much. And for those who love their audio gear, there’s a 3.5mm audio jack for your external audio peripherals. .stk-07011c7{height:25px !important} Now, before you get too excited, let’s clear up a few things. Anything related to PS VR2 is a no-go. You’ll need the headset and VR controllers for that. Additionally, games have to be installed locally on the PS5. So, if you’re thinking of playing anything hosted through PlayStation Plus Premium’s cloud streaming service, think again. But hey, it’s not trying to compete with other handhelds like the Steam Deck or Asus ROG Ally. Does the PlayStation Portal have Bluetooth audio? Meet the Pulse Elite and Pulse Explore, the console’s first audio accessories. They connect directly with…Sony’s PlayStation Portal Remote Player is basically a portable PS5

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