It’s out with the old and in with the new for Sony! PlayStation Network, the service PlayStation users have been using since the launch of the PS3 will now be nothing but a memory. No need to worry though, a new and improved version will be coming out to take its place on February 8, 2012 called Sony Entertainment Network, or SEN.

First announced back in September, the name change is just a way for Sony to get closer to completing its goal of  “establishing a global comprehensive network platform of services across games, movies, music and more, all accessible from one convenient account.”

No need to panic about your PSN ID or password, you can still keep that awesome “N00bPwnEr133t” name everyone loves so much!

The PS3 and Vita will receive a System Software update that will give users the new Terms of Service before they can access SEN. Sony is also sending out e-mails to all PSN users telling them about the change, so keep your eyes on your e-mail.

 

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  • Well on the one hand a single login is nice and convenient. On the other, the next time Sony is hacked it will compromise more services at once. I hope they’ve beefed up their security.

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