Sony will allow the PSN ID to change in 2019
Sony has announced that we can change our username in PSN from the beginning of 2019.
There will soon be a beta of this new feature, according to the company. Part of the PlayStation Preview Program, available to pre-registered users as testers for previous PlayStation 4 system beta.
Although beta users can change their ID as many times as they like, when the service is available, the thing is a bit different. The first change is free, but from next the next will cost 9.99 euros, or 4.99 euros if you are a member of PlayStation Plus.
We can change the PSN ID in the configuration menu or in the pergil page of PS4, and so the guy next to the new one appears so our friends can recognize us. That is, if we first decide whether to show our previous ID or not, we won’t be able to adjust it after we complete the change process.
Sony also explained that this feature works only with games published after April 1, 2018 and “the vast majority of PS4 games published before that date.” So, not all applications for PS4, PS3 and Vita will reflect that change of ID, and there may be problems or errors in some titles.
We can also return to the original ID at any time without any additional costs, which must resolve most of the change issues. Sony said to publish a list of customizable games on the PlayStation website before April 1, 2018.
PSN users have been asking this feature for twelve years. We therefore expect thousands of adult users to jump into the change when the service is available to stop the adolescent destruction.
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