It'll all be simpler soon.
There are many apps PlayStation players can use on their consoles. Netflix, Twitch, and YouTube are just some of the examples that will appear on players’ home screens. Discord has been missing from this list, but that absence is coming to an end soon, according to a recent partnership announcement from Sony and Discord today.
Previously, PlayStation players formed parties and invited their friends to use the voice feature of the PlayStation Network. With Discord making its way to consoles, however, it can make it easier for PlayStation players to form communities for their favorite games.
At the time of writing, it isn’t possible to use Discord on PS4 and PS5 since there isn’t a native app. Until a native app gets released, however, players can read their Discord messages on their PS4s and PS5s.
To read your Discord messages on PS4 and PS5, you’ll need to follow these steps:
There may not be a native Discord app on PlayStation yet, but you can still share your current activities with your friends on Discord by connecting your PSN account to Discord.
After connecting, your friends will be able to see what games you’re playing on your console. The features is already natively present for PC users, and you can enable it for PlayStation by following the steps below:
Upon completing the steps above, your friends will be able to keep track of your activities on your console through Discord.