Game sharing is a neat feature that makes gaming on consoles much easier than it otherwise would be. Not only that, but it works better than ever before! Here's how the PS5 Console Sharing works.
The PS5 has launched and everyone is curious about what they can do with the machine. We have covered and will cover many different aspects of the new Sony console. For the purposes of this article, however, we focus on the Console Sharing feature.
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PS5 Console Sharing & Offline Play
Sony calls it that, but in essence, it's game sharing. It's the PS4's Primary Console feature with a new name. Anyway, Console Sharing allows you to share your games & media library with everyone using that particular PS5 console, even if it's offline.
Here's how to activate this feature:
- Enter the PS5 menu
- Go to Settings
- Go to Users & Accounts
- Select Other
- Select Console Sharing & Offline Play
- Click Don't Disable
Console Sharing & Offline Play will be automatically checked when the console is launched for the first time. To disable it, follow the first five steps and click disable on the sixth.