Party Chat is a feature of Sony’s group messaging service that lets you text or voice chat with your friends while playing a game.
The in-game communication systems aren’t very good for multiplayer gameplay. The overall audio quality is frequently on the poor end of the spectrum, and in the majority of online games, the voice chat functionality breaks down during loading screens, muzzling buddy conversations. This is where the voice chat feature built into the PlayStation comes into play, enabling you to talk to your friends in real time. What if we told you that you could participate in the Playstation party chat while driving? Sounds intriguing, no? Today, though, we’re going to walk you through exactly how to use Bluetooth to join a party chat in a vehicle. So, keep reading!
How do I connect to a PlayStation party chat in my car using Bluetooth?
Below are the steps that you need to follow in order to do the same:
Step 1: Turn on the “Bluetooth” on your mobile phone and put your car’s bluetooth console into “sync mode” so that it can discover the mobile. Refer to the car manual to know how to put the Bluetooth console into sync mode because this can be different for all the specific systems.
Step 2: After connecting your phone to the vehicle via Bluetooth, you need to download the “Playstation App” from the PlayStore or Appstore and then sign in with your account credentials.
Step 3: In the PlayStation app, swipe down from the top, and head over to “Messages“. Join one of your parties under this section and click on the “headset” icon on the top right corner of your screen.
That’s all, folks! Your car should be able to pass the audio through the speakers and let you converse with your friends. You can also “Mute“, “Change Source“, and “End Call” by using the specified buttons on your mobile phone.
Thanks for reading. Stay tuned.