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Published on March 3rd, 2008 | by Daniel David

In-Game Communication This Summer

Every PS3 owner has been aching for in-game XMB, the ability to talk to your friends when playing a game, custom soundtracks support, etc. In an interview with MCV SCE UK boss Ray Maguire he said:

Our momentum will continue with the introduction of in-game communication in the summer, firmware update 2.4 and the strongest line-up of games through our third party partners and our own studios.

He talks about firmware 2.4 and right now we are only at 2.10. I don’t know what want Sony has planned for the other two firmware versions but at least we know when to expect in-game communication to come.

Remember this isn’t official so there is a small chance for something like this to come sooner or later. Just take solace in the fact that they are listening and it will be here sometime this year.

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