Offline PS4 Remote Play Patcher updated to work with the latest version of Remote Play on Windows – Remote Play without internet is as simple as a few clicks with new Auto-Patcher!
A notable feature of the PlayStation 4 is Remote Play and thankfully, Sony allows you to use a PC with it as well. This is all well and good but the program has this one flaw of requiring an internet connection to work but thanks to MysteryDash’s patches, this artificial requirement can be waived!
What is Offline PS4 Remote Play?
Offline PS4 Remote Play, by MysteryDash, is a piece of software for Windows computers that patches the official Remote Play application from Sony in order to make it work without an active internet connection. This allows you to use Remote Play wherever you are provided you have a power supply, a computer running Windows, a PlayStation 4 and a local internet connection.
For example, it would be useful if your home’s internet connection stops working due to issues from the ISP-side; in this situation, your home router would still work so you still have a LAN to which you can connect your PS4. Another use case is if you go on holiday to somewhere that doesn’t have a TV and want to use your laptop as the PS4’s screen. With this software, all you need for Remote Play is to connect your PS4 directly to a laptop via an Ethernet cable!
As it works on the PC-side of things, it doesn’t require a hacked PlayStation 4 so it can be used with any PS4 you own.
What got updated/released?
In recent days, MysteryDash updated his Offline PS4 Remote Play patching software to version 3.0 which brings along:
- A rename to Offline PS4 Remote Play Auto-Patcher as it automatically builds patches for any version you throw at it
- Support for version 188.8.131.5270 of PS4 Remote Play, which doesn’t require you to log into PSN to work, for Windows which is the latest version
If you’re on Windows 7, it’s important to note that the PS4 Remote Play application (from Sony) doesn’t officially support your operating system so you must use workarounds for it to work. Thankfully, Offline PS4 Remote Play Auto-Patcher does have support for Windows 7 so you can still hack your executable even on an OS that Sony doesn’t support but obviously, you still need to have installed the Remote Play application through a workaround found online.
In order to get Offline PS4 Remote Play Auto-Patcher, simply follow the link below and download the ZIP file. Patching is pretty easy as the executable just finds the program and does the rest of the work for you. My anti-virus scanned the file before allowing me to execute it as it hadn’t seen the file before but it found it clean so don’t be alarmed if this happens to you as well!
If you encounter any issues, report them to MysteryDash in the issues tab on the GitHub link below.
README (important to check out): https://github.com/MysteryDash/Offline-PS4-Remote-Play/blob/master/README.md
Now, you can go enjoy Spider-Man, GoW or RDR2 wherever you are provided you don’t mind lugging your PS4 and laptop (and an Ethernet cable) around 😉