Players who are unsatisfied with their name in Starfield may be wondering if they can change it.

There’s nothing worse than picking a silly name at the start of your Starfield playthrough only to regret it hours in. You don’t want to start again, but you also don’t want to be stuck with your bad name.

Fortunately, Bethesda has prepared for this exact issue with a handy in-game feature. Below we explain how to change your name in Starfield.

Can You Change Your Name in Starfield?

Yes, you can change your name in Starfield by visiting any of the Enhance! shops located in all of the major cities.

Enhance! shops allow you to completely recustomize your character, bringing you back to the character creation menu from the beginning of the game.

In this menu, you can change your name and pronouns as well as the physical aspects of your character, including your hair, facial hair, face, body, and more.

Speaking to the Enhance! salesperson in Starfield

However, you will need to pay a 500 credit fee every time you use the Enhance! shop. While this is moderately inexpensive, if you plan on changing your name a lot, you better start earning money fast.

You can use the Enhance! Shops as soon as you find them, including at the beginning of the game when you land in New Atlantis.

So, don’t worry about being stuck with the name you picked at the start. If you want to change your name but don’t want to start a new save, visit any of the Enhance! shops and pay the 500 credit fee.

All Enhance! Shop Locations in Starfield

There are 3 Enhance! shops in Starfield that players can visit. They are located in New Atlantis, Akila City, and Neon. Here are their locations:

  • New Atlantis – Commerical District between Infinity LTD and Outland
  • Akila City – Left past the main gate near the barracks
  • Neon – On the right of Neon Core (the main street), left of Volii Hotel
The Enhance! shop in Akila City.
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