Much like one of the most recognizable characters in Blizzard, players may also want to change their name in the various worlds of Blizzard. Now all players will be able to do it for free, but only once.
Commemorate MonitoringResident Cowboy receiving a new identity, Blizzard is offering all Battle.net users the ability to change their BattleTag at no cost. Between now and November 5, all players who currently do not have a free name change stored on their account will be able to request one through Blizzard’s name change request service.
Once players use their free BattleTag change, all subsequent changes will cost $ 10. If players have not yet used the free name change they receive when creating their account, they will not receive a new one. Blizzard notes on its forums that these requests can take up to four weeks and that the names requested must meet Blizzard’s naming guidelines or they will be refused.
BattleTags are the way players can express themselves in Blizzard’s various games, including Monitoring, Foyer, and World of warcraft. While some of these titles may require players to create names in-game, BattleTags allow them to connect and play with friends and provide access to chats, communities, and groups through the Battle.net launcher and the mobile application.
Blizzard announced the new official name of Monitoringrecognizable cowboy following issues with the former Blizzard employee whose character was named. He will now be known as Cole Cassidy, and that will be reflected in the game starting October 26.