I have limited space on my SSD. If PSO2 wants to take up 60GB in a folder I can't delete and tell me in the Microsoft Store that it's also not currently installed... I'm going to complain.
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@Ragnawind Hmmm... well to make it work I did this:
NoSpax mentioned this line, so I entered in the command line
takeown /F "C:\Program Files\ModifiableWindowsApps" /R /D Y /S %computername% /U %username%
After that I was able to change the permissions... the folder is empty though. So maybe the game totally nuked itself?
Could this launch have gone any worse?
This is a great guide, thank you for making it. But I get stuck at step 7
7 . In Permissions, select Administrators > Edit > Full Control, and apply
I assume it's because I have Windows 10 Home and not Pro. There are quite a few Admin things I don't have access too.
If any of you complaining on here had ANY idea how much work goes into setting up servers and ensuring their stability, particularly when it comes to video games, you'd understand. Do you think it's just a matter of turning on a computer and copying PSO2Server.exe? There's so much to consider, and not just technically! For example, which real-world engineers at Azure are responsible for the servers, at what time, does this add to their workload, do they need to hire more people...
It blows my mind how many armchair experts assume launching a product like this is easy and should have been done faster.
@Ragnawind I see. That makes sense, though it also means buying the Mission Pass later in the season would be a really bad idea. Other games with battle pass-like systems let you catch up much easier. Thanks for the help!
I have the Gold rewards unlocked for the Season 1 Mission Pass, and it says the 'Order Period Ends: Apr 28, 2020' on my account. But the Stars I'm earning now in Season 2 are not transferring over to Season 1. Also, not that I want to, but I can't even buy tiers with SG. Is this a bug?