So you've bought a PlayStation 4 console at launch. On the next screen you will choose to Create a User. Optionally, it can also store your facial data for hands-free sign-in. Creating your profile will be the fun part. Now you need to create a PlayStation 4 user profile. Follow us , on and on.
. Email or follow her and. At this point in the setup you can teach the PlayStation 4 to recognize your face. Again, do what you want here, but in case you do ever want to regain control of this account or attach a credit card, consider putting in genuine information. These steps will guide you through the process of setting up your user profile.
Top to bottom: Username, First Name, Last Name. You can select who will see your PlayStation activities via a dropdown box: Anyone, friends of friends the default , friends only or no one. Once you verify your Email then click on already verified. Your options are, from top to bottom, email address and password — the latter twice, because you need to confirm it. On the following screen you'll be prompted to enter your home city, state and postal code, as well. This is the last step to create a PlayStation Network account.
Doing so means that the console will locally store your facial and voice data so you can sign into the console just by standing in front of the camera. These steps will guide you through the process of setting up your user profile. Enter your country, language and date of birth. If you want to accept these terms, select the Right-hand option each time. Check or uncheck as you wish. Just recently a Japan-exclusive demo was made available for — the exciting new game from the makers of Yakuza.
By default, the PlayStation 4 will post the trophies you earn in games and the videos you watch on the console to Facebook, but you can uncheck both these boxes on this screen as well. Accept the Terms of Service and User Agreement. That points to a street in the city of Saiki, which we pretty much picked at random, but you can go for whatever you like. You'll most likely be creating this account on your home PlayStation 4, so you'll want to activate that device as the primary console for your PlayStation Network account. Hit this option and scroll to find Japan.
Scroll down to the bottom of this page and select the option to create an account. Once the postal code is filled in, the other two forms should fill out automatically. Sure, you might not fully understand the text in-game, but you can muddle through — and these downloads are free! In the other two boxes, enter however much of your first and last name you want to make public on the network. Fortunately, your friends at Twinfinite are here to help. Create an Account, Then click on Sign Up Now. Optionally, it can also store your facial data for hands-free sign-in. The first option is your Country, and the second your Gender.
This will include all sorts of questions like your birthday, country, email address, and, of course, the password you would like to set for the account. You will be guided through a variety of privacy setting options. This will enable the console to store your saved game data, achievements, screenshots and video to the cloud as well as remember your preferences. After this you will be taken to a sign-in screen. Accept the user agreement on the next page. From this moment forward, everything will be pretty easy to follow. Scroll over this option and select it.
You should only need to fill one of these three in — Post Code. How you set up this part of your account is completely up to you. PlayStation Plus accounts are required to access free games offered on the PlayStation Network and to play online multiplayer. This will enable the console to store your saved game data, achievements, screenshots and video to the cloud as well as remember your preferences. Now you need to create a PlayStation 4 user profile. Enter an email address and password.
On this screen are two checkboxes, one checked by default to receive Sony news and other information via email, and to share your personal information with Sony for marketing purposes unchecked by default. Optional sign up for PlayStation Plus. You've plugged it in and you've got it running. This membership will be absolutely necessary if you want to play online. Instead of manually entering your name and choosing a profile image, in the next screen you can choose to connect your PlayStation Network account with your Facebook account. Optional Add face data to your account.
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