PlayStation users may soon have another way to communicate with each other. Sony recently announced that it was partnered with Discord and will integrate the service with PlayStation Network early next year.
“Our goal is to bring the Discord and PlayStation experiences on console and mobile closer together starting early next year, making it easier for friends, groups and communities to hang out, have fun and communicate while playing. games together, ”said CEO and Chairman Jim Ryan.
We don’t yet know what this integration will look like. Presumably, this means that there will be some sort of Discord chat interface that will allow you to interact with your friends on PSN either by voice or text, although it is not known if there will be an app. full or a more limited implementation.
On top of that, Sony Interactive Entertainment has made a minority investment in Discord as part of its H Series. The service, popularized by gamers, has over 140 million users. It was almost acquired by Microsoft earlier this year for at least $ 10 billion, but talks appeared to have stalled for now.
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