Can’t register your player name in Disney Dreamlight Valley

by Anchal Thakur

Can’t register your player name in Disney Dreamlight Valley: Your character’s name didn’t save in Disney Dreamlight Valley, so the game calls you “Player Name”? We might be able to help! Now in early access is Disney Dreamlight Valley, a life-sim action adventure set in the world of Disney and Pixar characters.

Since it’s the first day of the release, there are bound to be some bugs and problems. If you can’t register your player name in Disney Dreamlight Valley because it’s not allowed or contains offensive words, or if the game just calls you “Player Name” and doesn’t save your name.

Disney Dreamlight Valley Player Name and Offensive Language Issue

Disney Dreamlight Valley Player Name and Offensive Language Issue

Fans are excitedly rushing to make their characters and start exploring the Dreamlight Valley. Unfortunately, they have had problems right from the start. The most common problem right now is that the game won’t call players by the name they choose for their character. Instead, Merlin keeps calling the players “Player Name.”

Even though this is clearly a bug, the fix is pretty simple. Some players say that the “Player Name” problem in Dreamlight Valley can be fixed by just starting the game over and making a new character.

Yes, that’s fine. Just make sure to type in your character’s name this time. You’ll have to start over, which is too bad, but hopefully you didn’t make too much progress.

When it comes to the “forbidden name” or “offensive language” errors, things are a little bit trickier.

At the time this was written, we didn’t know if this was a bug or if it was meant to work this way. Maybe Disney is just too careful when it comes to names.

The people who should play this game are kids. Because of this, it makes sense that Disney would want strict rules about character names. Here, the only thing we can tell you is to ask the official support why your name isn’t allowed because it has offensive words in it.