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Edited by UksFinest007: 8/21/2014 7:37:58 AM
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I need some help...

Hello, I have a question maybe you could provide a answer? I made a bungie account and linked my first psn account (ArtisticBoy And I know it's a stupid name I made it 4-years a go)but I've made a new one (UksFinest007) and wish to link it to the bungie account instead of the first because I'm tired of people harassing me about my first psn name and I know people will do it in destiny nobody looks at "Artisticboy" and says "I want that guy in my fireteam you know what I mean... (Very Annoying..) So can I change the psn account I link on my bungie account? Edit:Would I still get to keep the emblems I got for the beta if I used my first psn account but now change and put my second account linked to my bungie .net instead?
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  • Name's don't make any difference to me, I'll be on a fire team with you! psn (ps3) Electrohead_242
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      • You're right. You need help.
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      • try aaa linking facebook to psn account and you can use any facebook name and in the settings i believe you can make it visible to sertain people...maybe not in games but for friends list at least
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              • I've done the same to my Xbox account, since the previous one had parental controls, and my parents forgot the lock (being that the pass code was 4 years old). Anywho, to take out your account, you'll have to access it through a computer and head to your account settings. From there, [i]I believe[/i] there should be a page with your information. Further down the page, there should be your accounts connected to Bungie.net. For this to work, you must have another account linked to you bnet, Google is recommended. After linking your second account, you should be able to remove your Playstation account and add in your new one. Something along those lines, I believe. I can assure you the process is accurate, however, how to locate the page, not so much. It has been a few months since I last did it, and I have no means of getting onto anything other than my Destiny app as of right now. Hope this helps!
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                • I think you'll have to link with another service before you can delete your PSN. So maybe something like linking with facebook, deleting PSN then relinking the new PSN.
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