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You can finally change your PlayStation ID, but Sony warns of potential issues
PlayStation owners can finally change their PSN Online ID – allowing you to at last get rid of that awful name you gave yourself when you first signed up years ago.
It’s taken a while – years! – for PlayStation to enable the feature, far longer than on other platforms. But finally the wait is over. Well, almost. PlayStation’s US blog states the feature is live now. Here in Europe, the equivalent EU blog states the feature will be live tomorrow, 11th April.
But the process may include some bumps on the way – and PlayStation has warned some older games may not be compatible with your change of name.
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