Here's how it works: all PSN users will get the first ID change for free, but every subsequent change will cost you €4.99 (with PS+) or €9.99 (without PS+). Thankfully, reverting back to an old ID is free, and you still claim it even if you give it up.
If you want to revert back to your old ID you can do so for free by contacting PlayStation Support, and you'll be pleased to hear that your old ID is only available to you. Starting with the new feature, offensive usernames will be automatically changed to a temporary ID which can be later changed by the user.
It was back in October a year ago that we first heard of the possibility of changing PlayStation Network (PSN) IDs.
Therefore, PSN users that change their ID are being urged not to play Disc Jam, Everybody's Golf, Just Dance 2017, LittleBigPlanet 3, MLB The Show 14, 15 and 16, Onrush, The Golf Club 2 and Worms Battlegrounds. However, since they have not all been specifically tested with the feature, we can not guarantee that they will support it. A full list of tested games can be found here.
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As soon as PlayStation players load into Fortnite: Battle Royale, they will see their new ID above their name in the lobby.
For more information, visit Sony's PlayStation Blog. However, it will not be supported directly on older devices such as the PS3 or PS Vita. Sony has reported "critical issues" in big games like Bloodborne and Grand Theft Auto V while testing. This is because games published after April 1, 2018 were developed using tools supporting the change at a system level.
Before taking the plunge, however, know that there are issues associated with changing your ID, such as your previous handle remaining visible to you and your friends. PlayStation recommends reading its list of tested games to check if the feature is supported as well as if it may cause any other issues. You'll be able to change your ID from Thursday Australian time, although Sony Australia hasn't specified precisely when.
Parts of your game and applications may not function properly both online and offline.
The company also released another (much longer) list of titles that are known to have less-critical issues.