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My PlayStation, PSN for Browsers, Launches Today

Dylan Siegler on

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If you’re someone who’s active on the PlayStation Network, connecting with Friends or looking at people’s Trophies, but don’t always have access to your console, then you’re in luck, because today My PlayStation launched, which basically acts as a way your PSN can be accessed from your computer, phone or tablet.

My PlayStation’s launch was recently announced on the official PlayStation blog and allows you to manage your PSN profile even when you may be away from your PS3 or PS4. With this new service, players can find Friends, edit their Profiles, view their Trophies and Friends’ Trophies and send Friend Requests and Messages. You can reach My PlayStation by simply going to my.playstation.com and logging in using your PSN information. The site works with most major browsers, but does require your system to run Windows 10, MacOS 10, iOS 10 or Android 5, or newer versions of any of these operating systems.

In case you don’t feel like going straight to the website for some reason, there are a couple of other ways to get to My PlayStation as well. From playstation.com, there is a new “My PlayStation” button next to the “Sign In” button at the top right that will take you to the correct site. Also, if you’re already signed in, click on your Profile image at the top right and then, from the drop-down menu, click on your name, which will take you to your My PlayStation profile page.

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