The PlayStation 4’s disc-based game-sharing policies has always been simple, but that is not the case when it comes to digital sharing.
According to a FAQ on the official website, each PS4 user will have a registered “primary console” and once they download a game onto that console, anyone using it can access them. Users can also re-download their digital copies of the games on other systems as long as they’re signed into the PlayStation Network.
However: “You can use up to 2 systems concurrently: the system activated as your ‘primary’ PS4system, and one other system.”
For more details on their sharing policy, visit the site.
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