Between The Last of Us, Uncharted, Horizon Zero Dawn, and Journey, the PlayStation platform has some of the best games of the past decade. But sadly, unlike the console exclusives on Microsoft’s Xbox One, the PlayStation 4’s finest aren’t available on PC.

Or at least they weren’t. Now you can play PS4 games on your PC by streaming them from your console over either a local network or the internet with Remote Play—a feature previously reserved for the PlayStation Vita handheld and select smartphones and tablets. (Soon, you’ll also be able to use Sony’s PlayStation Now service to stream select PS4 games to your PC from the cloud as well, but for now it only supports PS3 games.)

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