I've been a long time Xbox One user. Actually wanted the PS4 but my friends are on Xbox and they convinced me it would be better. Wish I could have a mulligan on that one, but that's beside the point. I gave in and got a PS4 for the exclusives.
I don't really use a television. I've got my PS4 hooked up to a monitor, but mostly what I do is stream to my laptop while I'm lying in bed at night/wasting time in the morning. This was a big concern for me because from my outside perspective, Remote Play looked to be kind of… tacked on. There isn't really even an interface. Well my worries turned out to be unfounded.
Xbox's stream to PC worked well about 70% of the time, but for me at least it was plagued with patches of lag, frame rate problems, inability to maintain a high resolution, periods when it would randomly disconnect and my PC wouldn't be able to locate my Xbox.
In about 3 weeks I haven't had one. single. problem. with Remote Play. Occasionally it looks like it's threatening to lag and then it clears up in a second or less. And I'm playing Bloodborne so sometimes I'm not sure that isn't the game's own frame rate problems.
How in the hell does MS manage to screw this up so badly that Playstation's service which almost seems like an afterthought works more consistently than the streaming function that they specifically built into the operating system that my computers run on? Like… What?
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