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PS4 Firmware 6.10 Beta Disclaimers Deters Name Changes

Just in case you were excited to be able to finally change your user name on Playstation Network, here is a nice, cold wet blanket that may actually deter you from doing so, courtesy of Sony.

Beta invites for PS4 firmware 6.10 have started going out, and the early returns, specifically regarding name changes, has many people raising an eyebrow about how Sony is approaching the entire name change process, which seems so simple in theory.

Here’s the full list of current disclaimers:

  • Not all games and applications for PS4, PS3, PS Vita, and other PlayStation systems support the Online ID change feature.
  • If you change your Online ID, you may lose access to content (including paid-for content) that you have acquired for your games, including content like add-ons and virtual currency.
  • You may lose your progress within games, including game saved data, leaderboard data and progress toward trophies.
  • Parts of your games and applications might not function properly, both online and offline.
  • Your previous Online ID(s) may remain visible to you and other players in some places.

Yeah, no thanks.


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