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10 October 2018, 07:58 | Cameron Gross
PSN Name Changes Confirmed, Coming to PlayStation Preview Program Soon
Non-PlayStation Plus members will be charged $9.99 per additional name change, while PlayStation Plus members only have to pay $4.99. For those that do get access, you'll be able to do your first change for free.
Finally, after months of hints and rumors, Sony has officially announced that the option to change your PSN Online ID is now being tested and will roll out to all PlayStation users in "early 2019" (with earlier testing for members of the PlayStation Preview Program).
Additionally, when you change your name, "you will have the option to display your previous ID with your new ID, so your friends can recognize you".
Users that have already pre-registered as testers in previous PS4 software betas will have access to this new feature "soon".
Unlike its rival system, the Xbox 360 and now the Xbox One X, PSN users were unable to ever change their username after creating it.
Users will be able to change their PlayStation Network Online ID as many times as they want during the preview program.
There is a small catch, however. During the preview program you can revert back if the errors are so busted that you can't use programs correctly.
Today Sony Interactive Entertainment officially announced a feature that many have been waiting for a long time: the ability to change your PSN nickname. Sony will provide a list of supported ID change games (again, this is weird that it doesn't just work universally, and a glimpse into Sony's odd infrastructure).
They also added that they will be adding a list up on the website for convenience that allows players to see which compatible games will make this change more fluid without disruption! Join in on the conversation in the comment section below!
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