This OP is the reason I tend to avoid forums lately.
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@AndrlCh Thanks... that will not be fun. Any other/better/easier way to do that, since we have so many cool skins capped at 30? The only way seems to be by using an item from one of the swap vendors but he wants near 1500 class ex-cubes for that... a feat which could take prob months if not years, unless I am missing something.
PSO2 has eaten almost 400 gigs of my hard drive...... I want to reinstall it agaun but I can't risk losing more space
Read some of the most recent threads above, they show you how to clean up that space. You need to clear your MutableBackup folder.
So even according to that treesize program, there's nothing in my windowsapps folder, where else should I look to free up the space taken up by an old install of pso2?
You need to go under C:\Program Files\WindowsApps Find a folder named MutableBackup and delete everything inside. It'll take a while, since you prob have thousands of files in there.
Be advised, you'll need to claim rights over your system to access those folders.
If I delete the folders inside the MutableBackup folders, will I lose my saved data? I put so much time into this game I don't want to lose my progress.
No, you will not. Your progress is kept server side, your settings/customizations are kept in your My Documents folder.
You need a Weapon Transmutation Pass which you can buy from the SG Shop; it technically doesn't turn it into a camo, but rather it changes the model of one weapon into another. Also, both weapons need to be at +35, not +30.
I know this is an old thread, but is there any way to use the skin of a weapon that caps at +30 on a weapon that caps at +35?
i had forcibly re-installed the game for the 3rd time now after playing quite a bit and i started using a program a friend referred me called treesize... it finds where my space is..and well.. this is what i've found which is laughable...
that does not account for the 70gb or so from modifiable windows apps.. lol
here is the program for those interested so they can locate/delete https://www.jam-software.com/treesize_free
Dude, seriously, thank you. I had the SAME exact issue, it was eating over 200 GB on my fucking 500 GB SSD