Published: Wed, April 10, 2019
Technology | By Lionel Gonzales

PlayStation Network online ID change feature launches today

PlayStation Network online ID change feature launches today

All PS4 games published since April 1, 2018, have been developed to support the name change feature, but PlayStation can not guarantee they will all work, as they have not been tested. However, subsequent changes will cost players $9.99, so everyone interested in making a change is encouraged to be 100% sure of their PSN ID.

Enter an Online ID of your choice or choose from one of the suggestions.

Matt Purslow is IGN UK's News and Entertainment Writer, and threw dozens of Trophies down the drain when he changed his PSN ID back in 2013.

Should you decide your new ID is not what you want, you can change as many times as you'd like, or revert back to your original ID for free. A large majority of the most-played PS4 games that we tested support the feature, and we expect major issues to occur only in a small number of games. For example, games like Everybody's Golf, LittleBigPlanet 3, MLB The Show 14, MLB The Show 15, MLB The Show 16, and Worms Battlegrounds all have Critical Issues with the feature. On the PlayStation Blog, Sony revealed that PSN name changes will be available to everyone starting on April 10, 2019. We recommend that you check this list of tested games before you make the actual change.

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Explaining why this was the case they said: "Games published after this date were developed using tools that support online ID change at a system level". Thankfully, reverting back to an old ID is free, and you still claim it even if you give it up.

The PlayStation team also clarified one important thing about the PSN Online ID Change.

The full supported games list can be found here. How do I know that I won't run into these? Reported issues include: loss of game save data or game progress (such as scores/trophy progress), loss of in-game currency, and parts of the game functioning improperly.

If you do encounter these issues, you can simply revert back to your previous Online ID, which PlayStation say should solve most problems. These issues are plainly explained on the official PlayStation Blog and exist out of the test/staging area, so it's a very much "at your own risk" sort of deal.

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