Sony is working on unifying all of its accounts, which means that soon users will only need a PlayStation Network ID to access all of the company’s services. This is a long overdue change and will affect PlayStation services, such as PlayStation Store and PlayStation Now, merged with Sony Mobile, Sony Electronics and Sony Rewards.
All you need to do is log into one of the company’s departments with your existing PSN information and agree to the terms and conditions for creating an account. If, for example, you already have a Sony Rewards account associated with PlayStation Network with a different email address, simply follow the steps and sign in again with your PSN credentials. This will become your primary means of accessing the site, but you can read more about it here.
PlayStation Network will be the only connection to the PlayStation Network
It looks like this is part of another major overhaul of the Japanese giant’s infrastructure, which will culminate in the introduction of a new browser-based PlayStation Store, which will arrive later this month. Sony is looking for a way to streamline the experience for its users, and this seems like a solid step in that direction, assuming it can make the transition without stopping or crashing for users.
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