@GamerKillance said in PSO2 broken it self again guess I'm done with the game until the 5th.:
@Zizel said in PSO2 broken it self again guess I'm done with the game until the 5th.:
Did any of you guys use the tweaker?
It helps, but doesn't solve the update issue that deletes the game from the PC while keeping the 100GB files in it. Many people suffered from this which is why it fell off SOOOOOOOO hard after only one month after release.
How did you use tweaker. Did you apply it after doing the initial download with the store? Did you install it to where the store would install it? If yes to any of these, then that is your issue.
A proper tweaker installation shouldn't let the store nuke your game. A lot of times, I noticed people having issue because they did the initial 10 gb install with the store and then finished with tweaker, which causes issues.
@John-Paul-RAGE said in PSO2 broken it self again guess I'm done with the game until the 5th.:
I can see it now, people blaming Microsoft for SEGA's launcher on Steam just cause.
Even if you use the Tweaker to install it you still need to make sure you turn off automatic updates on both the Microsoft Store and your Windows Updater. Until things on the SEGA side are fixed it is gonna get nuked anytime there is a significant system change.
Hopefully they are applying the fixes with the newer platform and audience, else the ratings are gonna tank some more.
The issues seem to be the interactions with the store and the game's launcher. Fixing it would require the store to do all of the patching and management and setting that up would require a lot of assistance with Microsoft and I doubt Sega can touch how the store works. The store is what is moving the game to a hidden folder because it does not like having a game launcher update and patch a game.
If the Steam version is completely separated from the store, it shouldn't wipe itself from people's computer. It doesn't really wipe itself from people's computers to begin with but is rather moved to a folder that people do not have permission to access by default.