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How To Move Your PSN Account To PS5 From PS4, it is very simple all thanks to Sony for making it super easy and very user friendly and you will not leave a single game left behind.

PlayStation 5 is just a couple of days away from its launch and it is very
important to know how you can transfer all your data from PS4 to PS5
so that you can enjoy your game from where you left it.

There are not a single difficult step that you need to perform, you are just
one click away from moving your data from ps4 to ps5.

Steps To Move Your PSN Account To PS5 From PS4?

There is literally one step that you need to perform in order to move your psn.

Just LogIn

You just need to Login into your psn account on your PS5 console and to
perform this task you have two options you can do this by either entering
your PSN username and password (and entering any two-factor authentication
codes you should be using), or you can make use of Sony’s recently revamped
PlayStation app. Just download the app onto a smartphone or tablet, log in
using your credentials and hit “Sign in on PS5”. Your PS5 will provide you with
a QR code that you can scan with the app to log you in instantly.

How to change Online ID in PS5?

Many of you must be willing to know the easiest way to change your online id
and some of you may try by creating a new PSN account but you do not have
to create a new PSN account to create a new online id.

You can simply change your online id by using “change online id” option in console settings, Your first change will be free, but Sony will charge you for any changes thereafter.

What amount of data you can transfer from PS4 to PS5?

While transferring the data you won’t leave a single item behind in your PS4.

When moving your account over to your PS5, you bring everything over with you. That means any games and DLC purchases you’ve made, as well as any music and video content you might have purchased. Your account will also bring along your friends lists, trophies, and any funds you might still have in your PSN wallet.

The only thing that you will miss out will be PS5 non-supporting games and there is a very small list of these games.