|Title||Turn on PSO2 and appear at the company logos which pop up|
|Description||Microsoft isn't PSO2's publisher, Sega is. Turn on PSO2 and appear at the company logos which pop up. You'll see Sega, Nvidia, Vivox, and Sega again. Microsoft doesn't appear anywhere except for the Microsoft account integration. Even on the Microsoft Store, it shows"SEGA Corporation" as the writer. I really doubt the account system is. That's trivial for PSO2 Meseta them. It appears far more likely that they didn't think PSO2 would bring to warrant localization expenses. All evidence indicates Microsoft provided Sega a reduction in their Azure hosting available for PSO2 being hosted on Azure and providing Microsoft an exclusive initial release on XBox and the Microsoft Store. With the alterations from Microsoft, Sega chose PSO2 would create enough profit to be rewarding. It'll be intriguing to see whether a store release that is non-Microsoft still utilizes Microsoft accounts. My feelings surely do not hold any sway although I am crossing my fingers it won't. There are two reasons I believe we MAY see a PSO2 launch that is not connected to Microsoft accounts: We've got PSO2 account names which are separate from the Microsoft accounts we use to login. This implies Sega can allow logins to our PSO2 accounts. When you go to the Friend List in-game, the tab in the top is to get XBox Live Friends. It is highlightable with distance for additional tabs to be added next to it, although now it's the tab. There was. Episode 4 statement and the roadmap said PSO2 is going to wind up on'other PC programs' and information mines reveal data related to Steam. Is it really though? I figure datamined about steam is kind of a confirmation but just going with"other platforms" as a foundation is not ANYwhere sufficient for any type of affirmation about steam and most people only based it upon such. Imagine if this"other computer platform" was really like Epic? (fk don't jinx me on this though I don't need it to occur.) I mean, does SEGA have much of a presence on PC platforms? SEGA does not actually do standalone releases in the West anymore and their principal PC platforms have always been Steam, Humble Bundle (though actual download is through Steam mind you) and the Microsoft / Xbox Store. In the very least we might see some of the bundles like PSO1 content wind and the Sonic collab up there, but thats about it. A standalone client is. something improbable; SEGA IDs are not actually something from the West and it may be too late now to introduce it so I have a concept how matters may return. Many Microsoft games using Xbox Live on Steam usually have it as an optional item if you want complete cross playwith. PSO2 JP on PS4 and Switch Cloud have the"Easy Logic" attribute which allows you start playing without a SEGA ID and permit you to bind it in a subsequent point. After bound, your PSN / Alter account are bound to a SEGA ID. I believe a Steam release might do the exact same but with Microsoft accounts. Let folks either login using their Steam accounts if they don't have a Xbox account or bind their Steam. (to support this; portion of the data mine signals that the Steam launch would fetch us TWO friends list, the inner friend's record that JP has cheap meseta pso2 along with the Xbox Live friends list that the NA version currently has). I'm just saying there's no concrete proof for a steam release especially since they only stated"other computer platforms", maybe not Steam. It's a way to not have my hopes up for something which may not be happening and not get surprised if it really did not happened.|
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