Reports have emerged which claim Sony will at some stage release a firmware update for PS3 that will allow the upcoming PlayStation Vita to stream any game from the system.
Eurogamer reports that for back-catalogue titles Vita will only be able to display a resolution of 480x272, though this will be upscaled to fit Vita’s 960x544 OLED screen.
Future titles, however, titles will have the option of including 480p playback.
Games that utilise buttons found on a Dualshock 3 pad but not on the Vita will be capable of adding these missing functions as on-screen buttons.
It is presumed that a wi-fi connection will be required to use the functionality, and n owner’s PS3 will have to be set up to allow for users to activate the console remotely.