When the PlayStation 4 was first announced, Sony made it a point to push the Vita compatibility.  One of the biggest points would be that the handheld system would allow for remote play for almost all PS4 titles.  Since, Sony has been hard at work with updates and in the next upcoming one they will include a PS4 mobile app.

Original mention of a PlayStation 4 mobile app surfaced back in September, when Sony announced it would be releasing a companion app for iOS and Android.  The app in question would allow a user’s mobile device to mimic various functions.  It would act as a controller, it could be used as a second screen, and it could even function as a conduit to the PlayStation Network.

With its announcement for mobile devices, it had several users wondering if it would be coming to the Vita as well.  In response, Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony’s Worldwide Studios for Sony Computer Entertainment, confirmed that the app would be coming to Vita via twitter.

Shuhei TweetThe app will be named the PS4 Link, and it will include the extended functionality to the Vita that will be included on the mobile app.

The PlayStation 4 launches November 15th in North America and November 29th in the U.K.

Source:  Cnet