If you have a PlayStation 4, a PlayStation Vita and a copy of Fallout 4, there's good news: the Remote Play control scheme for Sony's handheld is pretty great. So if you find yourself away from your PS4, bedridden or in an extended stay in the bathroom, playing Fallout 4 via Remote Play is doable, thanks to some smart Vita-specific control tweaks.
The PlayStation Vita hardware is missing some control options that PS4 owners have access to on the DualShock 4 controller, namely the clicky L3 and R3 analog stick inputs and L2 and R2 shoulder buttons. Bethesda has moved those functions elsewhere on the Vita, to the system's D-pad and front touchscreen.
The D-pad controls, as you can see in the control diagram above, move the sneak input to...
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