Sony’s New PS4 Remote Comes With 30 Days Free PlayStation Vue


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Today Sony announced a new remote for the PlayStation 4 built for PlayStation Vue. This new remote gives PS4 owners a more traditional remote to use with their PlayStation Vue. The best part is that if you buy the new PDP Cloud Remote PS4 remote you will get a 30-day free trial of PlayStation Vue’s Core plan.

Here are a few more benefits to the brand new Cloud Remote for PS4:

  • Includes controls for power, input, and volume for TVs
  • Hassle-free Cloud-assisted technology for programming remote
  • Connects via Bluetooth to control your PS4 system
  • Access all essential controls under one thumb with a sleek and compact design
  • Features the most important buttons for navigating system menus and apps

Pre-orders are now open for the remote and it will start shipping September 18th, 2018. You can find the new pdp Cloud Media Remote for the PS4 on Amazon HERE.

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