If you don’t have a free name change on Battle.net, you can submit a free name change to Activision Blizzard until November 5th.
Activision Blizzard is giving all Battle.net users a free name change. If Overwatch hero McCree gets a new name, you might as well feel it.
Why all this name-play?
McCree was originally named after a former developer who was accused of sexual harassment in the ongoing Activision Blizzard trial and who eventually left the company. In order to leave this dark chapter, the company renamed Cowboys. As of tomorrow, October 26, 2021, this will be called Cole Cassidy.
“As we introduce a new name, you might want to do the same,” the studio said in one of them. Blog post.
“From October 22, 2021 through November 5, 2021, a free BattleTag name change will be offered to all players. This applies to all players who have not yet received a free name change. Existing name changes will not be stacked for future use.”
There is nothing to get for good users who have saved their name change
It’s a shame, so if you haven’t used your only free name change yet, you won’t take advantage of this offer. If you like it and have a new name idea, do it by November 5, 2021 This form is here Fill it out and send it. You will receive a notification when your name changes. However, it may take up to four weeks for the request to be processed and for the change to take effect.
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