PlayStation Home is being revived by its fans

PlayStation HomeSony’s ugly attempt at creating a social space may have been dead for over six years, but dedicated fans are bringing it back from the dead.

After restoring online multiplayer functionality to Motorstorm earlier this week, the PlayStation Online Network Emulated (PSONE) fan group has set a new goal, bringing PlayStation Home back from the dead.

This latest project is being worked on in collaboration with a fan group Landing homepage, who have been fans of Sonyexotic social space since its inception. Since the PlayStation Home shut down in 2015, Destination Home has been trying to kick off the offline social space on the modded PS3, but connecting multiplayer has been just a pipe dream so far.

Thanks to a partnership with the PSONE team, Destination Home is now hoping to see an online resurgence of PlayStation Home with public and private corridors later this year.

“Hello Home Veterans! Today is an epic day for the Destination Home x PSOne Emulation Team,” Destination Home wrote yesterday. “We finally hit a point in our development to have full lobbying sessions working on the original PlayStation 3!

“This means users can join public/private lobbies just like the good times on PlayStation Home,” Destination Home continues to explain. Once it’s properly revived, fans will be able to explore and rediscover the Center, Bowling Alley, Playground, etc., according to Destination Home.

Earlier this year Sony renewed its PlayStation Home trademark, however, since filing for that trademark, Sony does not appear to have taken any action on the long-dormant property. It is believed that it could return as a social space for PSVR 2 . Headset, however, this is yet to be confirmed. PlayStation Home is being revived by its fans


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