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Sony will finally allow users to change their PSN ID in early 2019, and more gaming news


In a rather surprising post, Sony announced that PSN ID changes are coming, and that they'll be live for everyone in early 2019. However, those who are part of the PlayStation Preview Program might get selected to try out the feature currently in beta very soon. The PSN ID change will work similarly to how Microsoft handles their gamertag changes. The first one will be free, with each subsequent name change to cost 10 dollars to regular users or 5 dollars for PS Plus subscribers. There's also a small caveat in which Sony stated that all games published after April 1st 2018 would support the ID change no problem, but that certain games before that date might have issues with it. However, those who have issues, can opt to revert back to their original ID at no cost.

Posted: 20th Feb 2019
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Obsidian, , psn, psn id, obsidian, microsoft, xbox one, nintendo, switch, nes, zelda

 
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