Enhanced PSN Portable ID, Online Trophy Viewing Now Live

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Previewed last week on the PlayStation blog, Sony’s enhanced PlayStation.com Trophy viewing system is now up and running. In case you haven’t checked it out yet, here’s a list of what the update provides, per Sony’s official PlayStation Network newsletter.

  • Access everyone’s trophies for undeniable bragging rights
  • Compare with your friends—and your opponents
  • Up the stakes and compare trophies within each game
  • Track your progress to the next level against friends: Who will get there first?
  • Show your competitive edge as you track your progress within game against friends
  • See what trophies you have and what you still need to unlock for each game
  • Use the sorting features to plan your game domination
  • Friend or foe? See who’s online when you play
  • These are cool new features, but the best part is the new PSN Portable ID. You know, the little digital ID card you can paste around your favorite sites to share your PSN nickname. Previously, this ID simply listed your nickname and avatar. Now, though, it shows off your level progress and Trophy status so you can really flaunt your Trophy hunting skills. Here’s mine:


    Get your Portable ID!

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