Sony PlayStation 4 Features Remote Play, Second Screen Support, Multi-Log In Based On Press Release

By Staff Writer | October 26, 2013 11:46 AM EDT

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With just a few weeks before Sony finally unveils its new game console, the company released a press report regarding Sony PlayStation 4's new features. 

In a report by BGR, the Japanese company has posted an official press release for the next-gen console. For some time now, we have been speculating some cool features and options for the PS4, and the report both confirms and denies these rumors. 

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According to the release, PS4 players would be able to enjoy 'remote play' on the PlayStation Vita. Gamers can also enjoy support for second screen to enable them to display games on mobile phones and tablets. 

Game achievements can also be broadcasted on some social media websites, and and players have the option to start playing even while downloading the game. There would also be support for multiple log-ins using just one console. 

However, the release also cited that an update will be rolled out on the PS4 the moment it is released, and "[b]y updating to the latest system software version, users will be able to enjoy a variety of exciting features from the day of launch." 

The Sony PlayStation 4 will officially be released on November 15. 

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