@IfrianMMO said in AC tickets for European players:
This is something they seriously need to address soon or they are going to lose both revenue and players.
Not everyone is willing to use "Strange websites" they never used before or pay extra for something everyone else gets cheaper.
And above that, just like many of you refused to play PSO2JP because you wanted "an official release" for your country and easy and fairness of payment, so do Europeans wish for the same, and it is fair to assume a portion of them will simply decide not to spend.
PSO2 is already not a game that attracts as much players and revenue as WoW or FFXIV, do we really want to risk more and more players deciding not to spend money or feeling alienated and leaving the game?
Economic failure was one of the problems PSU had, perhaps we may want to avoid it this time around?
Unfortunately, that is not for customers to decide. As the Team already stated, this release is for USA and Canada, but they aren't region-lcoking it to prevent people from playing. They just can't, for various legal reasons, support them. Supporting them would be enabling the use of currencies outside of their legally available regions. Another thing to note is that this is specifically called PSO2 NA for a reason. It might not include Mexico, which is part of NA, as well, but that is just another part of legal issues for various reasons. It is also very likely because Microsoft paid to have the game brought over and they might have only been able to secure rights from US and Canada. After their exclusivity wears off, anything can happen, including making new legal arrangements to release in more regions, unless Microsoft forks over the extra cash to release it in other regions, which would only be possible from regions they operate in specifically.