As much as I've been appreciating PSO2 from MMOruki's blog

If only the present switch version was good. PSO2 on switch is merely a streamed version of cheap Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta along with the input lag is pretty bad.To be fair, is it bad for people playing it where it's meant to be player? Or can it be bad for those on the side of the world trying to play with a match streamed from Japan? Japan on average has better internet speeds compared to the US, and can also be a lot bigger, so in case the servers are similar to in Chicago or Dallas then a person from say, California would likely have a much higher ping than you'd get from likely only about anyplace in Japan playing on Japanese servers.

We can dream, though it's unlikely there will be a ps4/5 version in NA, or if there is it'll be an entirely different ecosystem, because the current characters are tied to a Xbox live account. Given how difficult it's to get Sony and Microsoft to play nice together, I doubt we'll be able to log in to our Xbox accounts on Playstation any time soon, and that I doubt they will execute a new account to tie your characters to just so we can log in there.If so, I will point out that in all fairness, that's Minecraft. It's essentially one of the greatest gaming properties in the world now, so restrictions that apply in the instances of games will get effort put into being bypassed if there is enough demand there. As much as I've been appreciating PSO2, the absence of a large enough audience and demand is why it's taken us this long to receive it.

Well I am bummed, I wanted to perform the NA version but I am having a wide range of problems on PC. I tried installing it via the MS Shop on a secondary driveway and it dropped a bunch of files from the root directory of this drive (probably MS Store stuff) and then some info in my Documents directory. I uninstalled it through the Start menu and it did not appear to eliminate anything, and that I had to fiddle about to get all of the stuff in the main directory to delete. Tried installing through the store and it keeps saying"Something happened on our conclusion. I'm frustrated that Microsoft can't work out without dumping crap wherever it wants, how to install apps. I guess I will check in on Phantasy Star Online 2 again in a month.

There seems to be a (currently ) known issue with the Windows Store about installing on drives other than the system drive. If you're prepared to give it yet another try, I would advocate using PSO2 Tweaker. That supports installing on drives. Should you go this route, you'll want to combine the PSO2 Discord server and read the directions on doing this carefully, as it's a little wonky evading the Store Install path. I rebooted my pc and it is downloading from the MS Store. I found that the PSO2 Tweaker devs additional support for NA connection, so I'm going to try it with the initial download in the MS shop and see whether Tweaker will update it. I started the PSO2 Tweaker I and it is downloading and installing the NA version for me personally on my drive. Neat!

What I want to know is how they will handle accounts on other programs (Steam)... am I will have to start over or will I be able to connect my XB account I've been enjoying on PC together and continue? If I will need to begin over and shed the money/time I have already spent I'm going to stop playing before the Steam version is available because I really don't like how Microsoft handles accounts and buy PSO2 Meseta the purchases. Not true, never really had a problem with running Halo MCC. Gaming Services that PSO2 uses differs.

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