PSN Name Changes Officially Coming, Entering Preview Soon

PlayStation announce when you'll be able to change your PSN ID

PSN Name Changes Confirmed, Coming to PlayStation Preview Program Soon

The pricing for PSN name changes mirrors that on Xbox Live, which has allowed users to change their Gamertags since shortly after the Xbox 360 was released in 2005. Sony will release a full list of compatible games at some point in the future and promises that "a large majority of the most-played PS4 games that were released before this date" will also be compatible with name changes. Initially, it is only going to be available to Sony's "Playstation Preview Program", but the feature is planned to be rolled out for everyone in the new year. Non-PlayStation Plus members will be charged $9.99 per additional name change, while PlayStation Plus members only have to pay $4.99. If this is an issue, you can revert back to the original name for free at any time (but just once during the preview program).

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If you've been itching to change your questionable PlayStation Network name, your chance is coming. The Nintendo Switch doesn't let you change your base Nintendo Account username, but it does make it easy (and free) to change the "nickname" that appears to other players online. Older PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita games may not support the feature and could experience errors as a result. Whether you decide to display your old ID or not, you will not be able to reverse the decision after completing the PSN ID change process. Numerous most popular PS4 games that were released prior to that date will work as well, but beware, several games will not have the PSN ID change function. This preview program will end in November 2018. They'll give you the option to revert back to your old ID (once), but even then PlayStation can only commit to "most" issues caused by the ID change being resolved. It's priced on par with Xbox, but there are a lot of potential risks to consider.

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