The great news is that PSO2 is coming out on Steam, which means that Sega and Microsoft are finally listening to us. Although there's a lot to think about. There are a few questions that I believe should be answered before August 4, the day of release.
Will AC and SG be able to be purchased on Steam?
The Microsoft store is still working as far as the purchases of game money, yet there are still those install problems on the PC version. I'm sure that we're all pissed about how Microsoft has been handling PSO2 and those ratings on the store are well justified.
So far the tweaker has helped alleviate some of the problems that occurred on the release, but it isn't foolproof. No one wants to go through a reinstall of the game again, every time there's a Windows 10 update. I'm definitely not taking any chances of installing the game from the Microsoft Store ever again.
Before I make the decision to Move to Steam, I want to make sure that not only I don't have to reinstall the game, since I already have the files anyway. I want to make sure that the game is recognized by Steam as well.
PSO2 tweaker required a lot of faith and trust, and they have done their job well. Without them, I don't think that we would ever been able to play PSO2 here in North America.
So for those that already have the game installed, couldn't we just make Steam recognize our current installed game?
I can make it recognize the tweaker fine, but I would like to be able to start it up directly from Steam to finally free myself from the Microsoft Store once and for all.
And what about our XBox friends, will we be able to still communicate with them when we move to Steam?
I'm sure that this is the best solution to the problems that Microsoft has caused.
I would like some input on this and some suggestions.