If you’re unable to login to Play Station Network in Google Chrome, then you’re not alone. Let’s fix it.
Some users reporting that they’re unable to Sign into PlayStation Network in the latest version of Google Chrome. According this thread on Google Chrome support, one user reported that he has done enough troubleshooting to fix the login issue which includes Clearing cookies, Try to Sign with or without third-party cookies and even more.
The user also added that, he manages to sign with another mobile browser, and facing login issue only with Chrome browser. In the same thread, other users also reporting about same issue.
Fix – Unable to Sign into PlayStation Network in Google Chrome
It could be possible that, if you’re reading this blog post, then you’re also facing the same issue. Let’s fix the issue:
Launch Chrome browser, then click on the Customize and control icon available on the upper-right corner and select Settings.
On the left side, switch to Privacy and Security tab. On the right side, click on the Site Settings.
Under Permission sections, click on the Cookies and site data.
You can directly visit this page by going to
Here, you need to go to Allow section and then click on the Add.
A quick dialog box will open, you need to copy-paste this:
After doing this, if you visit PlayStation Network and login using credentials. You will be able to login successfully.
It’s the same work around that was required when they used to redirect account logins through
[*.]auth.api.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com It seems like Sony changed URL and Chrome is blocking the redirect as a 3rd party cookie instead of first party.
Why don’t you give a try to this solution and let us know if this fixed the issue for you? If you know any other solution, feel free to share with us in the comments.
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