Home open beta to go live “weeks” after next Qore issue

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 6 November 2008 10:08 GMT


We are quite literally almost there. According to this post from a SCEE mod on the EU PS boards, the Home open beta will go live “within weeks” of the release of Qore’s next issue.

“We’ll be sending our invites once v1.0 is live,” said the now infamous Home community manager, TedTheDog.

“Understand that SCEA’s motivation to reward annual subscribers to QORE is a little different to our motivation to do a load test before Open Beta.

“Please don’t worry though: we here at SCEE really do have a lot of invites to send and Open Beta will be along within weeks of that as well.”

We’re not entirely sure when the next issue of Qore’s out, if we’re being honest, but we’d say the chances of you having a virtual chair on your PlayStation 3 in November are high.

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