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PCGamingWiki have transitioned over to using a single sign-on (SSO) solution to bridge the wiki and community sites and accounts. This means instead of having to separate accounts with two separate passwords (and potentially usernames), your username and password is now shared between both sites through this shared account.
If you do not already have an SSO account you will have to create one here. Note that email verification is required, so be sure to type the mail address correctly!
Please note that the verification mail will be sent from firstname.lastname@example.org and might arrive to the junk folder of your mailbox, so if you have not received the mail after a minute or two be sure to check that folder out as well.
Yes, if you do not already have an SSO account you will have to create one. Note that the ability to create an SSO account have been available for a few months now during its testing phase, so some users might already have an SSO account.
No, this is no longer possible as that functionality have been disabled. The new SSO account will automatically link up with your existing account(s) on either site if the specified mail address matches an existing account.
This is usually due to some data not correlating properly between the old and new accounts. Please contact Andytizer#6342 on the PCGamingWiki Discord for further help with resolving the issue.
Please sign in to the Federated Identities page of the PCGamingWiki SSO site and click on Add, which will take you to the Steam Community OpenID login page where you will finalize the link.
Please sign in to the PCGamingWiki SSO site where those options are available.
Please use the Forgot Password? option on the PCGamingWiki SSO site and change password of your account and in the process you will get a new verification mail as well.