I bought this game (physical copy) when it came out so I would have all characters and DLC. Recently my daughter became interested in playing so she set up her own account on my Xbox. Initially there was no problems. Now all of a sudden all the "extra" characters are locked and says "press A to purchase". Additionally, any attempt to go or look online asks her to purchase Gold. I have Gold on my account, the parent account. So I"m confused.

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A ) where did the characters that came on the disc suddenly vanish to? That"s crap if it expects me to pay for them simply because she has a separate account so that we can have individual customized characters.

B ) do you really have to pay for Gold for each account on one Xbox? Don"t get me wrong I don"t want her downloading games, but the inability to even go online seems like a pretty absurd cash grab.

Please tell me there is some easy fix for this that I"m missing. I"m becoming more and more disheartened with "current gen" gaming..


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Replied on September 17, 2018

A ) Yes, some DLC types are locked to one account and has no possible way of sharing. Things like map packs and other DLC is sharable. To use these characters on another account they must be purchased again.

B ) If you have your account set as the "My Home Xbox" account, all other accounts on your console can share your digital games and gold (but not onto backwards compatibility xbox 360 games on xbox one). Simply being in a family group does not enable sharing between accounts.

See here about making your profile the my home xbox: https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-one/games/my-home-xbox

While logged into the account with the gold and digital games you want to share do this:

Press the Xbox button to open the guide. Select System > Settings > Personalization, and then select My home Xbox.Review the information, and then do one of the following:SelectMake this my home Xboxto designate the console as your home Xbox.

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Mind you get 5 moves of this license per year and it can only be on one console at a time but you can use all your games and gold on any console regardless of where your my home xbox licenses are.


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