Post by l19m on Sept 5, 2018 9:08:51 GMT
*Edit. I thought this was obvious however, for the .ini file to appear then you need to go into options and then open the graphics settings menu
You've seen the title and are probably eager to bypass the EAC so to do this we're going to need to navigate to Xenoverse 2's "config.ini" file (If you already know how to do this then skip to the highlighted text)
SKIP THIS IF YOU KNOW WHERE THE CONFIG FOLDER IS
So firstly you're gonna want to navigate to your "AppData" folder, I do this by pressing the "Windows key + s" to bring up the search bar and typing in "%appdata%" then press enter.
Once you're there you'll be in your "Roaming" folder, you'll want to navigate back one folder to your "AppData" folder by using the navigation bar across the top of the file viewer.
In your AppData folder you'll find three folders, the only folder you'll need to worry about for now is your "Local" folder
Open your local folder, then you'll be greeted with tons of folders (atleast I was) though once again, you'll only need to worry about one folder, that being the "BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment" folder
Open that bad boy and keep opening folders until you see a file called "config.ini" open it.
IF YOU SKIPPED THE CONFIG FINDING PART OF THIS TUTORIAL THEN READ ON FROM HERE
So, you've opened the .ini file, now navigate your way to the header that says [DEV]. There are five lines of text but we only need to worry about two
Look for the lines:
"EAC_AllowDisparityMatch=0" and "EAC_MultiplayerWithoutEAC=0"
Now change those 0's to 1's and save the file.
BAM! you can now bypass the EAC, Just remember to start DBXV 2 from the .exe in the bin folder and don't go through Steam.