US Home beta only available to annual Qore subs

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 30 October 2008 07:33 GMT

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Sony’s confirmed that only those with an annual Qore subscription will be allowed to get on the Home beta through the downloadable US mag.

“As an update to the PLAYSTATION(R)3 News email sent on Friday, October 24th, the special invitation to PlayStation(R)Home’s closed beta is available only to Qore annual subscribers who purchased subscriptions by 10/29,” said in an email sent to customers.

“Qore Episode 06 purchasers will not be eligible for the special PlayStation(R)Home beta invitation at this time. We apologize for the miscommunication.”

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