This post will show you how to game share on PS4 so you and a friend can play the same games at the same time.
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Gaming is more fun with friends, and the PlayStation 4 makes it easy to game share with others. With a few clicks, you can share your games with a friend and play together online. Here’s how to game share on PS4.
What is game sharing on PS4?
Game sharing is a feature that allows you to share your PS4 games with a friend. This means that you can each play your own games on your own PS4 consoles, as well as each other’s. It’s a great way to enjoy your games together, and it can be a lifesaver if one of you can’t afford all the games you want to play.
Here’s how to set up game sharing on your PS4:
1. First, you’ll need to add your friend as a PS4 family member. To do this, go to Settings > Family Management > Family Members and select “Add Family Member.” Enter your friend’s PSN ID and select “Confirm.”
2. Once your friend has been added as a family member, go to Settings > Accounts > Login Settings and select “Share Play.”
3. Select the duration of time that you want to share your games for (1 hour, 2 hours, etc.) and then select “Confirm.”
4. Your friend will now be able to join your game sessions and play your games with you!
How to set up game sharing on PS4
If you have more than one PlayStation 4 console in your household, you can set them up so that you can share digital games and content between the two consoles. This process is known as game sharing, and it’s a great way to make sure everyone in your household has access to all the games and content they want. Here’s how to set up game sharing on PS4.
How to game share on PS4
PlayStation 4 gamers can share their entire library with a single “primary” console, and up to two friends or family members. Here’s how to do it.
If you own a PlayStation 4, then you’ve probably already figured out that you can share your games with friends and family by signing in and out of your PSN account on their console. But did you know that you can actually “game share” with someone, so they have access to your entire library of digital games?
Here’s how it works: You designate one PS4 as your “primary” console, and any other PS4s in your household are considered “secondary.” Your primary PS4 can be used by anyone in your home, and anyone who uses it has access to all of your digital games, as well as any DLC or other content you’ve purchased.
Secondary consoles can only be used by one person at a time, but that one person has access to all of the games and content associated with your account. So if you have a friend who wants to game share with you, all they need to do is sign in on their PS4 using your primary account. Then, when they want to play one of your games, they just need to select it from their Dashboard.
To designate a PS4 as your primary console:
1) Go to Settings > PlayStation Network/Account Management > Activate as Your Primary PS4.
2) Select “Activate.”
3) A message will appear confirming that the system is now activated as your primary PS4.
Once you’ve designated a console as your primary PS4, anyone who uses that console will have access to all of the games and content associated with your account. If you want to game share with someone, just make sure they sign in using your primary account.
How to stop game sharing on PS4
embarrassed to admit it, but I’m not sure how to stop game sharing on PS4. I’ve been sharing my games with a friend for a while, but now I want to stop. Can anyone help me out?
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