SEGA's popular MMORPG, Phantasy Star Online 2, has now launched on the Epic Games Store today, making it available on Steam, Epic and the Windows 10 store for PC players.
Phantasy Star Online 2 has hit 2021 running, as their first major content update of the year is now available. With the update is the new Scion class: Luster, as well as continuing the epic story of PSO2 and more.
Over 10,000 accounts were banned in Phantasy Star Online 2 over a three week period.
Since launching on Steam, adding 33 more countries to the initial North American PC and Xbox One launch, SEGA has announced that the venerable Japanese MMO Phantasy Star Online 2 has surpassed one million players.
Much of the issues surrounding Phantasy Star Online 2 on Windows 10 has been due to the poor implementation of the Windows Store apps. Players have had to find work arounds just to get the MMO running in an acceptable manner. Thankfully, that (hopefully) will be a thing of the past as PSO2 hits Steam next week.
Sega has announced a new collaboration between Phantasy Star Online 2 and manga and anime movie franchise, KonoSuba: God's Blessing on this Wonderful World.
Phantasy Star Online 2 has revealed that Episode 4 content will be released in August, marking its first big content update.
Steven breaks down the different classes in Phantasy Star Online 2 - giving his tips on which is best for beginners and those, well, not so great.
A whole bunch of Phantasy Star Online 2 announcements were made recently, covering things like Season 4 of the Mission Pass, and several campaigns.
Whenever a new MMO releases, there is either applause for a job well done, but more often there are excuses as to why an MMO launches buggy or unplayable out the gate. In this Fireside chat, we discuss why MMO companies need to do better.