Can you use Discord on PS5?

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Can you use Discord on PS5?
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Is it possible to use Discord on PS5? Let's find out!

Discord has become one of the most popular communication platforms for gamers, offering voice and text chat services that make it easy to connect with fellow gamers. With the launch of Discord on Xbox, many PS5 owners have been wondering whether they can use Discord on their consoles.

In this article, we will explore the compatibility of Discord with the PS5 and provide you with the information you need to know.

Can you use Discord on PS5?

Yes, you will be able to use Discord on PS5 soon.

On 2 February 2023, Discord and PlayStation started rolling out Discord to PS5 System Software Beta Program participants as part of the latest PS5 system software beta.

The invited beta participants are now testing out including voice chat and other features such as Variable Refresh Rate support for 1440p resolution. Discord will be available for all PS5 owners once the beta testing phase is completed and the feature is officially released.

To use Discord on PS5, link your Discord and PlayStation Network accounts from your PS5 console following these steps. Then, use the Discord app on your mobile device or computer to get a Discord voice chat going on your PS5 console.

When is Discord coming to PS5?

The PS5 Discord integration will take place as part of the PS5 firmware update 7.00. That means PS5 owners will get to use Discord on their console when the final system update releases globally in the coming months.

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The PS5 firmware update 7.00 is set to release on 8 March 2023 (if nothing else changes). That means Discord is coming to PS5 on 8 March 2023. Soon you’ll be able to use Discord voice chat with your friends on desktop, web, console, or mobile using your PS5.

That covers everything we know about Discord on PS5. Before you leave, have a look at our DualSense Edge review. It is arguably the best PS5 controller.

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