Qore entrance to Home beta? “More news in about two weeks”

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 8 October 2008 07:22 GMT


Looks as though Qore subs in the US are going to be able to gain access to the Home beta before it’s opened up to the general public.

When asked if a subscription to the PSN show was going get people in, SCEA’s Kevin Furuichi replied on the US PS Blog:

“We’re working on this for the current Extended Closed Beta. We are trying to get you guys into HOME before the official public beta.

“We hope to have more information in about two weeks.”

This had better be worth it, Sony.

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