According to Exputer, full Discord integration should be accessible on PlayStation in the upcoming months.

According to rumors, version 7.00 will have Discord integration soon after version 6.00 launches on the PlayStation 5, which is anticipated to happen sometime around mid-September. According to reports from Exputer, work on the software has been progressing well for months and Discord integration for the PlayStation is currently in the development and quality assurance phases.

This information comes after the relatively recent May 2021 cooperation announcement between Sony and Discord. The deal was announced by Jim Ryan, president and chief executive officer of Sony Interactive Entertainment. “At PlayStation, we’re constantly looking for new ways to enable players around the world to connect with one another, form new friendships and communities, and share fun experiences and lasting memories,” Ryan said.

Following similar integration on Microsoft’s Xbox properties, this agreement between Sony and Discord may come to pass soon. Microsoft revealed plans to fully integrate the voice chat app onto the Xbox One and Xbox Series X in July. Players will be able to link their Microsoft and Discord accounts to utilize the program to its full potential on any platform.

Similar integration, enabling users to voice chat with PC pals on cross-play games, build community channels, and link their pre-existing accounts, is highly likely to be available to PlayStation gamers. However, because the Discord app is still apparently some months away and still in its development phase, it is unknown with certainty when it will be made accessible to PlayStation gamers.

Prospective Discord users should probably follow PlayStation and Sony on social media for an official announcement.