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Starting tomorrow, all PSN accounts will be SEN accounts

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 06 Feb 2012 15:57 User comments (3)

Starting tomorrow, all PSN accounts will be SEN accounts Sony has announced today that the term "PlayStation Network account" will no longer exist as of tomorrow.
Starting tomorrow, Qriocity and PSN accounts will be replaced in title and become Sony Entertainment Network accounts instead.

Outside of the name there is no difference between the accounts, as the functions and features will remain identical. Your username, password and other profile details will remain untouched, as well.

Says Sony (via Joystiq): "The goal is for there to be one networked log-in for all Sony services. Changing the name 'PlayStation Network account' to 'Sony Entertainment Network account' helps clarify the unity between PSN and other Sony Entertainment Network services."

If you are a PSP owner, you will not see any change, as your login will still show as PSN account.

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3 user comments

16.2.2012 17:54

again changing cant they just stick with one name

27.2.2012 5:41

Our school uses SEN - Special Educational Needs!
(Sounds funny in my mind!)

38.2.2012 18:56

Just for clarification, taken from the PS Blog ~

It’s still called PSN, nothing has changed. SEN is the name of your *account* not the service that you’re using (PSN)

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 08 Feb 2012 @ 18:58

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