Sony has today launched My PlayStation, a browser-based social hub that allows PSN users access to a number of key features of the network from a browser on their mobile device, PC, or Mac.
The news comes via a post over on the official PlayStation blog which details the different features on offer. Players can find friends, edit their profiles, send messages, manage and send friend requests, and snoop on yours and your friends’ trophy collections, too. The service is now available in all territories and can be accessed by logging into your PSN account over at my.playstation.com.
All of the features on offer in My PlayStation were things that users could already access one way or another via the PlayStation mobile app, but it offers another convenient way to see what’s going on in your PlayStation ecosystem from your browser all the same. Though, it is worth noting that the blog post states Sony will “continue to enhance and add more features to My PlayStation on a regular basis,” so we’ll have to wait and see how this new social hub grows over time.
According to the blog post, My PlayStation is compatible with “most major web browsers on Windows 10, MacOS 10, iOS 10 or above, and Android 5 or above.