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Phantasy Star Online 2 launched in the West as a free PC game last week, but for gamers eager to try the content provided by MMORPGs, this version has solved quite a few problems. Report
indicated that many problems originated from the Windows Store. Lags, crashes, installation issues, and other performance issues - Phantasy Star Online 2's long-awaited arrival in the West is a test for many people.
An enterprising team of community members has begun to resolve the plight of the nascent Phantasy Star Online 2 community, with the exception of publisher Sega and the developer's online research and development of some sort of fix patch.
As we all know, the Phantasy Star Online 2 Tweaker team has added a new update to the game's unofficial adjuster, which now allows players to bypass the Windows Store entirely, but still be able to access and play the game. The team has posted a tutorial on the Phantasy Star Online 2 subreddit, detailing all the steps required to get the adjuster up and running.
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adjuster update seems to fix a lot of issues, especially lags and crashes, but the creator warned that things could go wrong. Therefore, they warn that there may be problems, but they are always ready to help anyone in difficulty.