Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Mods Ps4 Download
after install, open the dragon ball xenoverse 2 main menu, and click on mods. download the xv2patcher mod, and when it opens click on the open button. you should see a ‘xv2patcher’ folder in the mods sub menu.
if you did everything right, it should start downloading the game, and when you start playing, the mod should show as active. if its not working, there are a couple of issues that may cause this. first of all, make sure you follow the installation instructions. then make sure the xv2patcher is installed and working. make sure the xv2patcher has the ‘xv2patcher’ folder selected in the mods submenu.
troubleshooting is incredibly easy, because most of the time the main problem lies in the downloader being incompatible with the mod, or the mod author not updating their mod for the new version. this could be due to the fact that mods can be downloaded with in-game and out-of-game sources. most of the time, mods will offer a link to download the mod, or the mod page will include a download link. if the file is not on the mod page, you will be able to find it by searching for the mod name.
this would be a good time to use a mod manager. i have seen mods that add achievements, but if you plan on using them, be sure to download your achievements through an achievement manager so the mods are compatible. with that being said, you should be able to know what is compatible and what isn’t. if you have any questions, you can always contact the mod author directly for more information.
click on mods, then choose install mod from the drop down menu, and select the mod you want to install. you will be prompted with a few questions, then the mod will download and it will be added to your games library. if you don’t have a mod manager, you can install mods manually with winrar, but it’s a little tedious. try not to install mods that are more than 50 mbs in size, unless you are willing to risk a crash.
Here are the most common issues that I’ve encountered while using mods: None of the mods I downloaded work, your not the only one facing this. It depends on which mods work, and where the code goes. Load order is important, and the load order will always be repeated in-game, so make sure it works! Your system might crash at some point because of some bug in the code. Mods by nature are code, and code can contain bugs. If you have a save game, save it and then load that. If you don’t have a save game, save often! The patcher may do something stupid and lock you out of mods. Do a “merge mods” in the patcher, it’ll then allow you to play with mods. If mod A makes mod B incompatible with mod A, or if mod B makes mod A incompatible with mod B, the two mods may end up fighting with each other. They will conflict in game and the game will crash. They both have to be compatible. A good way to know if a mod will be compatible with another is to look at the readme file. Some mods are incompatible with some mods, the compatibilities may vary from game to game. On top of that, if the mod has been updated, then your mods may be incompatible. It’s always a good idea to look at readme files to get a better idea of how mods are compatible. Search for a forum on the mod.
Again, if you have an old save game from a game that used only mods then the mods you are running will not work. If you only get to this part of the guide then it doesn’t matter, but if you want to make use of your old save then do the following: Save your game, go to a save point, and back up your save data, so you have two save files. When you start the game back up, load the first save file (the one before using mods), and then load the second save file (the one after using mods). You’ll end up playing using mods, and then switch between the two and just end up in the same save file again. You’ll just need to make a choice which save file you want to load next. Save games are not compatible across games so it’s not a big deal.