Gaming Xenoblade Chronicles 2 on SX OS: Unable to access 1.5.2 DLC content

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I discovered that I've gotten superbanned a few days ago, so had to find an NSP for the latest XC2 update, v1.5.2. Now, before that ban happened, I had been current on all the DLC and updates, including the Japanese voice pack. I installed the update, and it says 1.5.2 on my title screen, but I can't seem to access the new content. It's just not showing up in my game. There's no "Gift from Zuo 3" in my Expansion Pass menu. As far as I can tell, there isn't any more DLC files other than the six I've got. What do I need to do?
 

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Most were e-Shop, but the last two released were via NSP as I was banned at that point. I uninstalled everything, reinstalled it, and checked after each install to see which one was corrupting it. Turns out I was installing an older version of a DLC file.
 

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Ok, so dlc nsp works after all.

On my side i had an weird issue.
No matter how many time i tried to install dlc nsp, my save never wanted to load since it has dlc on it.

Finally, with luck i was able to perform game restore, including dlc from online services and it worked. It's weird since i didn't got them from eshop at all.

The only difference now is that nsp did not include the ultimate free items dlc, but in other bands, i did not redeem the items on the save.
(And the nsp dlc works on a new save)
 

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