With we’re just over two weeks away from the November 15 launch of the PlayStation 4 in the US and Canada, Sony has decided to release a Mega PS4 FAQ. Since it can be quite daunting and contains so much information, we’ll break up the important information that we haven’t yet fully covered into separate articles, which hopefully will make it a bit easier to find what you have. need.
While that doesn’t mean we won’t see this happen later, Sony has confirmed that you won’t be able to rename your PSN Online ID on the PS4. The PS4 does, however, give you the option to allow your friends to see your real name in addition to your online ID, while you can also choose to import a Facebook photo as your PSN profile picture.
As for the 2,000 friend list that the PS4 allows to display on your PS3, the servers will automatically filter your friend list, but if you wish, you can set and lock a predetermined friend list. Support for the ability to view all your friends in most apps and games is planned, however some titles will be limited to the current limit of 100 friends.
As for sub-accounts on PS4, they work exactly the same as they do on PS3, but you won’t be able to change a child’s PS3 sub-account to a primary account on PS4 once they’re over the age of 18 years old. If so, it is recommended to create a new master account.
If you are wondering what PS4 parental controls are, they will let you set the level of control for games, apps, and the internet browser. As well:
For each sub-account user, there are controls over the ability to use chat and messaging features, the ability to post and view user-generated media, and the ability to control a spending limit monthly for PlayStation Store purchases. Finally, sub-account users cannot link their account to social networking services or use their real name or profile picture.
Expect more information on PS4 Parental Controls at launch.
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