Playstation 3 Gets New Invite System

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Users of the PSN will be pleased to hear that Sony has integrated a new system to invite multiple people into a game on the Playstation 3.

The new system uses the chatroom function and basically allows all the people in the chat room to be invited to a game. At the moment – and honestly one of Sony’s biggest problems right now – is that the only games supported are Bioshock 2, the AvP demo and Call of Duty Classic.

This sounds like a great new addition, but what does it help if it isn’t quickly rolled out for all of the games on PSN. While I think that Sony really need to start making everything that they do work universally, I still think that this is a nice new addition and one that will come in handy to a lot of people in future.

Let’s just get this thing working for every game now.

You can find out how it works, see images and get more information on how to use it through the source link below.

Source: EU Playstation Blog

Last Updated: February 11, 2010

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Nick De Bruyne

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