PlayStation Network for Dark Kingdom’s online play

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Okay, so you want some clear-cut definition of how the Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom‘s online system really works? Here’s what we found out. The game’s online co-op feature will definitely be using the PlayStation Network. So if you want to play with your buddies from across the country, you’d obviously have to sign up for it. Prior to this confirmation, it was all very speculative as to whether or not the game would be using the propriety online services of SCE, along with the Xfire software, or if Xfire, by itself, will power it.

And what is the Xfire exactly, you might want to know? It is actually a bonus addition to the current set-up of the PlayStation Network. What it does is to allow you to create your friends list separately from the default SCE-buddy list. So there you go. However, if you’d want to test it out, you might want to wait until a little later, because supposedly, the PS3 test units have their network compatibility features turned off for now.

Anyway, while we’re at it, check out these new screens.

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Via ign

dark kingdom

Okay, so you want some clear-cut definition of how the Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom‘s online system really works? Here’s what we found out. The game’s online co-op feature will definitely be using the PlayStation Network. So if you want to play with your buddies from across the country, you’d obviously have to sign up for it. Prior to this confirmation, it was all very speculative as to whether or not the game would be using the propriety online services of SCE, along with the Xfire software, or if Xfire, by itself, will power it.

And what is the Xfire exactly, you might want to know? It is actually a bonus addition to the current set-up of the PlayStation Network. What it does is to allow you to create your friends list separately from the default SCE-buddy list. So there you go. However, if you’d want to test it out, you might want to wait until a little later, because supposedly, the PS3 test units have their network compatibility features turned off for now.

Anyway, while we’re at it, check out these new screens.

more screens - Image 1 more screens - Image 2 more screens - Image 3

Via ign

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