Sony released the Playstation Portal late last year as a remote method Play titles from your PlayStation 5 system. The device — which we bluntly called “a portable device that’s baffling to no one but Sony fanatics” — relies entirely on a strong Wi-Fi connection. Well, as we all know, even in 2024, that can be hard to find and annoying to call. Sony is trying to simplify this process by Software update that should allow you to connect to a Wi-Fi network From your phone or tablet.

Starting June 19, you should see a QR code appear on the page PlayStation Portal After trying to connect to a public Wi-Fi network, such as when more than one password is required (such as a login screen). You can scan this onto your device and use it to connect more easily. However, Sony is keen to point out that it will work with a ‘range’ of public Wi-Fi networks and that the device requires at least 5Mbps to work, but ideally at least 15Mbps.

This feature comes alongside an update to PlayStation Portal’s touchpad which provides new visual feedback. Additionally, you can now view your device’s battery percentage in the upper right corner of your screen.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *