I live in Japan, and didn't want to have the Japanese version of TTK, so I bought the US version. My playing account is Australian, but I live in Japan. So... on my PS4 console I have: - an Australian account (my playing account), with my son as a sub account - a Japanese account (to buy local content for my son) - my wife's account (Japanese) - a US account (to purchase games in the US) This has never been an issue before. Not even for The Dark Below or House of Wolves... yet at the moment I absolutely can't get access to TTK with either my account (Australian) or my son's. What's the go Bungie? Everything I'm reading is that the official stance is that I should be able to do play with the expansion I've paid for. Please respond... Please tell me I can do this...
[i]edited title for clarity...[/i]
Edited by the_maladjusted: 9/26/2015 11:58:47 AMSo post discussions with PSN support staff for about an hour and a half on the phone today, it appears that at this point in time, it's on [bungie]. This all wasn't an issue for TDB/HoW, but it is now. I have no idea WHY they've done this, whether it's just a blatant money grab or simply a case of bad coding. It would appear that it's not an issue for everyone, and that it seems to be simply some regions work with each other, and some not. Talk about random. Unless they fix this, the only way to get in to TTK will be to buy it on my Australian account - something I almost did. But get this: because I bought TDB/HoW on my Japanese account, my Australian account doesn't recognize me as having it - so I'd have to pay for that as well. Not easy being an English-speaking gamer in Japan/Asia I guess... [i](note: the account I purchased the US version of TTK is [b]isgoodis[/b])[/i]