One of the biggest features that people have been clamoring for ever since Sony first introduced the PS4 back in February, was the ability to play your PS4 games on your PS Vita via remote play. Sony has stated that the PS4 natively supports Vita Remote Play, saying that almost every game will support the cool feature. “On PlayStation 4, it just happens. You just make a PS4 game, it supports Remote Play,” SCE Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida told Engadget.
Yoshida jokingly brought up Just Dance, which won’t work because it uses the Playstation Move and the PS Eye. Sony has said that it wants developers to put the feature in all of their games, so they made it really easy to do so. “Please make sure that when you play your games on Vita, the control is good. That’s the minimum thing we’re asking them to do,” he said
Yoshida continued to mention that it was going to be hard to bring the feature over from the PS3, which remote play wasn’t as emphasized as it will be on the PS4. “The single biggest issue, why there are not many PlayStation 3 games that support Remote Play, was that it was optional – the system didn’t do much. The game has to set aside some memory or CPU to be able to do that, and usually, memory is the most precious resource that teams fight amongst each other for,” he said.