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My PlayStation Social Destination Introduced By Sony

Sony have expanded the PlayStation’s social range by creating a new social destination on web called ‘My PlayStation’. The web social hub allows you to conveniently access and engage with key PlayStation Network features on PC, Mac, mobile, and tablet. It's meant to be a different way to interact with your friends and the PlayStation community while you're away from your PlayStation 4.

Here are some things you can do on web with My PlayStation, according to the PlayStation Blog post.

  • Find Friends
  • Edit your Profile
  • View you and your Friends' Trophies
  • Send and manage Friend requests
  • Send Messages

And you can access the new service in multiple ways:

    • Click on the My PlayStation link in the navigation bar at the top right of playstation.com

My PlayStation

    • Sign In to playstation.com, click on your profile image in the navigation bar, and click on your name in the dropdown menu

My PlayStation

My PlayStation works with most major web browsers on Windows 10, MacOS 10, iOS 10 or above, Android 5 or above.

Brian Dunn, the Senior Product Marketing Manager at SIEA posted the above, and added the following,

The website is already up and running, so go check it out! Our goal is to bring you a compelling social experience even when you're away from your console. We'll continue to enhance and add more features to My PlayStation on a regular basis, so make sure to keep checking in.

This is the social age, so any extra outlets for our PlayStation gaming experience are always welcome. This is a small addition in many regards, but still one that was worth doing. It compliments the console’s own social features, as well as those of the PlayStation mobile App.

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My PlayStation is available now, so go check it out. Or don’t. I’m not your Mother.

  • Beasley2K

    This is a great idea if it’s supposed to work the way I think.

    Social media is a massive part of everyone’s lives nowadays, and with Facebook and Twitter rapidly going downhill, it would be nice to have an alternative that’s better suited to me. Personally, Facebook is only ever used to kill time, and the only reason I haven’t deleted it is because it’s so useful to have to stay connected to people I know.

    If MyPlayStation can function in a similar way, first by uniting gamers, it would be amazing if this could ever become just as big and draw non-gamers in to its social network premise. Sadly, I don’t think it’ll ever be that big and certainly not on a Facebook scale. But imagine PlayStation as a social media site, bringing everyone in to connect and then pointing them towards games.