Find out how to voice chat with party members and how to message groups on PlayStation®5 consoles.
Have real-time conversations with players by voice chatting in a party.
A party that friends of the owner can freely join. Friends of party members can also join the party.
If you start an open party, you're the owner. As the owner, you can change the party name, invite players, and set a party limit. If you turn on Require Request to Join, players need to request an invite to join the party.
A party that only selected players can join. You can start a party with a new group of players or an existing group.
You can also start a party with a friend.
Want a space where you can message multiple players? Simply create a group and invite others to chat.
To access a group, go to Game Base, select the Messages tab and select the group from the list. Your favourite and recent groups can be found at the top of the list. If you don't see the group you're looking for, select View All Messages.
A ) Type of voice chat
See what type of voice chat you're currently using. Voice chat started in Game Base is called party voice chat. An in-game voice chat is called game voice chat.
Some games might not have in-game voice chat and how you start in-game voice chat depends on the game.
Not all voice chat features, such as Share Screen and Share Play, are compatible with game voice chat.
B ) Switch between Party and Game voice chats
Seamlessly jump between party chat and game chat.
You can see how many voice chats you're a part of above your current voice chat.
To switch voice chats, browse through the ongoing voice chats that you're a part of and select the voice chat you want to join.
C ) Party voice chat features
D ) Member list
Select a member to join their game, mute them, or view their profile.
Please note that this feature affects only how you hear other players. It doesn’t affect how other players hear you.
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