@John-Paul-RAGE Yeah I don't expect this to take any longer than another 30min from now. Especially now since they're posted about working on it on Twitter.
Converse with fellow players
PSO2's Twitter just updated, they're looking into it. https://twitter.com/play_pso2/status/1281658645130801157
With the coming of a free game, of course there are going to be money bots and whatever the like. The most you can do is just report bots as they come in. And they will never stop coming in, so you'll be clicking that "report player" button a lot of times.
I found this online for you, I hope this helps. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/xbox/forum/all/you-cant-play-with-content-created-by-other/0ee8db44-718a-4e38-9008-3103bd456159?auth=1
Hello, I tried to install PSO2 to my pc for 6 hours now, After finishing the download I launched my game and in the loading screen where it asks "Press the Enter Key" after I have done that another screen pop up and with a title said "change your settings to play" and the message is "you can't play with content created by other players because of how your account is set up. Go to your privacy & online safety settings on Xbox.com to change this" I followed this step and checked "Everyone" on the Privacy tab, "Allow" on "XboxOne/Windows 10 Online Safety" and Xbox 360 Online Safety. I relaunch my game and seem like it still did not works. There is no option to enable play games creates by other players. I've reinstalled the game and that did not solve the problem, I also tried to google the issues but seem like no one has a similar issue. So I'm posting this here to see if anyone has found the solution for this issue? The account is clearly shown as 18+ as well.
I changed the user during the "Press the Enter Key" and I was able to enter the game.
I want to think this is a simple fix, so I'll show you what to do:
In your PSO2 Tweaker folder. create a new .txt file with the name "management_beta" (it should be placed in the same folder with the .exe of pso2 tweaker)
Then open that .txt and copy/paste the following:
IsInMaintenance=0 IsExpired=0 IsLeavePrecede=1 IsThread=0 ThreadNum=1 TimeOut=30000 ParallelFileSize=10485760 ParallelThreadNum=1 CrcThreadNum=1 FileCacheSize=10485760 RetryNum=10 IsPGO=1 CloudThreadControl=1 MemoryOptimize=1 MasterURL=http://download.pso2.jp/patch_prod/v60700_rc_86_masterbase/patches/ PatchURL=http://download.pso2.jp/patch_prod/v60800_rc_87_184A693C/patches/ BackupMasterURL=http://sub-download.pso2.jp/patch_prod/v60700_rc_86_masterbase/patches/ BackupPatchURL=http://sub-download.pso2.jp/patch_prod/v60800_rc_87_184A693C/patches/
Hopefully this works out for you, and lemme know if it does nothing.
It seems the game deleted itself. That's a common problem with the Win10 version of PSO2.
Currently the best solution right now is deleting the entire game (the game will leave reminenets of itself, so go into your add/remove and uninstall the game completely if it's there) and reinstalling it through the PSO2 Tweaker. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully and you'll be alright. You might want to look up a video about how to do it as they're much easier to follow step-by-step.
Best solution to this is to delete the entire game from your system (Type in "Phantasy Star" in your search bar, then on the menu that pops up, hit "uninstall"), then reinstall through Tweaker and follow the instructions on how to download it. You may want to Google a video about it.
I've had it delete on me aswell through the Win10 Store, however once I installed it through the Tweaker souly, the game hasn't deleted itself or crashed on me since then.
If you're worried about purchasing AC, don't worry. While you can't buy it through the game anymore, you can still buy it through the Win10 Store, and the money will get transfered to your ingame with no hassle (hopefully).
I have no real details yet, but the Xbox One X is causing a lot of the 630 errors many people may be having. I've talked to several people who play the Console Version of PSO2 and the results came in clear that the Xbox One X is to blame, while Xbox One S players have nary an issue, nor problem with the game.
And yes I'm sure I'll get the "I have and Xbox One X, and I'm not having any problems" or "I have a One S and I have problems", but the most common-place one seems to be with people owning a One X.
Maybe knowing this now might help save some issues in the future for the PSO2 Team?