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To Join a PS4 party chat on PC, you need to download and install the PlayStation Remote Play desktop client, put your console in sleep mode, connect the controller to the PC, and start playing. Below we have explained the complete process in simple steps and have also attached a video. For additional queries, use the comment box at the bottom of this page.
Steps to Join a PS4 Party Chat on PC
Note: Your PS4 console and the PC should be connected to the same Wi-Fi network, and we recommend putting your console in rest mode. To go on rest mode, you can press and hold the PS button on the DS4 controller, and then select “Enter Standby Mode.”
- Windows users visit this link and macOS users visit this link, scroll down a bit, and download the PS Remote Play app.
- Click on the installer and follow the on-screen prompts to install it.
- Once installed, launch the app.
- Sign-in to PSN (PlayStation Network.)
- Now select PS4, and it will start searching for a connection and your PS4 will be connected within seconds.
- Connect your PS4 controller to the PC using Bluetooth or a USB cable.
- Click on the microphone icon at the bottom right corner of the screen, and now you will be able to talk with your microphone.
- Press and hold the PS button on your controller > Select ”Party” > “Start Party” now create a group or select one from the list.
What is the PS4 party chat?
The Party Chat system allows PlayStation 4 users to chat with friends while gaming without using the in-game chat system.
What is PlayStation Remote Play?
PlayStation remote play allows you to remotely control your PS5 or PS4 and stream your gameplay and it also supports the pause and play feature.
Which devices are compatible with PlayStation Remote Play?
- Android devices running Android 7 or later.
- Apple device running iOS 12.1 or later.
- Computers (Windows 10, and macOS 10.13 or later.)
- PlayStation Remote Play
- How to turn a PS4 on or off, or put it into Rest Mode, using the controller or system