Pok\u00e9mon Scarlet and Violet gives players all sorts of ways to make the game feel like their own. One of the ways that we are already pretty familiar with is the ability to change the nicknames of our Pok\u00e9mon. If you want to be a bit more humane and give your Pok\u00e9mon their own individual identities, there are a couple of different avenues you can go down to name them. Here's everything you need to know about naming and renaming your Pok\u00e9mon. Related: How to lock on in Pok\u00e9mon Scarlet and Violet Steps to give Pok\u00e9mon nicknames in Pok\u00e9mon Scarlet and Violet After catching a Pok\u00e9mon, players are always presented with the opportunity to give it a nickname. Though, because these games give players so many repetitive prompts, many of us skip over this chance to initially name them. If you're upset that you didn't get to rename Pikachu to something with a little more gusto, don't worry. There's a way to correct this unfortunate mistake. If you caught a Pok\u00e9mon, but either chose a bad name or simply forgot to rename it altogether, you're in luck! Pok\u00e9mon Scarlet and Violet allows players to give their Pok\u00e9mon new nicknames on the go. To do this, you will need to press the X Button to open a menu showing the Pok\u00e9mon in your party. Click on one of these monsters and select the Check Summary option. From this screen, choose which Pok\u00e9mon you would like to rename, and press the X Button to open a keyboard allowing you to do just that. It is worth noting that it appears you can only rename Pok\u00e9mon actively in your party. At the time of writing, there is not an option to rename a Pok\u00e9mon stored in a Box. You also cannot rename a Pok\u00e9mon in your party from the Boxes menu.