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Here Are The Games That Might Have Issues With Your PSN ID Change

Though PlayStation fans are now able to change their original PlayStation Network (PSN) ID, this has created a few issues with games. In fact, there might be a big risk when it comes to changing your ID, as some games are unable to properly support the change.

For anyone who chose their handle back when PSN first came out, the opportunity to change it at last is a great relief. The first rename will be free, then subsequent ones will attract a small charge. However, the change has not been seamless or problem free.

While most games released after April 1 are said to support the changing of IDs, there appear to be a couple of exceptions. Some older titles are also having issues, with some more major than others. So, before you hit that name change button, check out this list of PlayStation 4 games to see if you are likely to encounter any problems.

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Games With Issues Identified

These games have issues that Sony does not consider critical. They include previous ID(s) remaining visible or your online ID being no longer visible in a game title, for example in rankings or on scoreboards. Certain game settings may also be reverted to their default state.

For some games, these issues can be resolved simply by signing in and out. User accounts on the PlayStation may also unlink and have to be relinked.

Titles affected by one or more of these issues are:

Absolver: Downfall

Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag

Big City Stories

Bloodborne

Call of Duty: Ghosts

Crossout

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin

Dark Souls III

Dragon Quest Builders

FIFA 17 Standard Edition

Gauntlet: Slayer Edition

God Eater 2: Rage Burst

Grand Theft Auto V

Gundam Versus

Guns Up!

Injustice 2 - Standard Edition

Killzone Shadow Fall

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite

MLB The Show 17

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4

Naruto Shippuden: Storm Trilogy

Naruto Storm: Road to Boruto Expansion

NBA 2K19

PlayStation VR Worlds

Rock Band 4

Rocksmith 2014 Edition – Remastered

The Last of Us Remastered

Titanfall 2

Trackmania Turbo

Trove

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

UNO

Warframe

WipEout Omega Collection

Game With Critical Issues

These games have one or more of the following issues, which Sony considers critical. Players may lose in-game currency, both paid for or earnt, and there may also be a loss of game progress, including high scores and progress towards trophies. The final critical issue is a potential loss of user-generated content and parts of the game may not function as intended.

Sony recommends that players of these games do not change their PSN ID:

Disc Jam

Everybody's Golf

Just Dance 2017

LittleBigPlanet 3

MLB 14 The Show

MLB The Show 15

MLB The Show 16

Onrush

The Golf Club 2

Worms Battlegrounds

PS3 and PS Vita games and apps also do not support the ID change feature, and players might encounter any of the above issues.

You can head over to Sony’s official list on the PlayStation Blog to find out more and check the tested games list.

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