You can also save game data on your own console.
Sony is revealing some more information on PS4 SharePlay, a rather interesting feature coming in system update 2.0 that lets you remotely play single-player games on a friend’s console or join them in a multiplayer game.
According to GameSpot, SharePlay sessions will only last for an hour. You can start a new session and resume progress – which is possible since you can save game data on your own PS4 – but you’ll still have to deal with the pain of being interrupted one hour in. For some games like Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, which require a good solid hour (at least) for raids, it can be highly inconvenient.
Regardless, just about any DualShock 4 game will be supported by SharePlay which gives you a wide range of titles to try out. SharePlay will be out later this year – are you looking forward to it? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.