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PS4 Cross-Game Party Chat Works With Up To 8 Players

Posted on Tuesday, October 22 @ 08:01:47 PST by

One of the biggest complaints about the PS3 was the lack of cross-game chat. Even though Sony teased such functionality in a pre-launch E3 demonstration of the PS3 UI, it took years for Sony to admit such a thing wasn't technically feasible on the system. Cross-game will indeed be possible on the PS4, however, for up to eight players at once.

The total amount has been confirmed by Sid Shuman on the PlayStation Blog in a Q&A about Killzone: Shadow Fall. Shuman said that the PS4 will support eight players at once in a cross-game party chat, just like the PlayStation Vita.

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