SEGA has announced that new information regarding Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis will be revealed September 25th, during the Tokyo Game Show. The highly anticipated update to the game will overhaul the visuals and change some features, making it a major advancement in the nearly 9 year old title.
SEGA announced today that Phantasy Star Online 2 will be releasing new episodic content at the end of the month. Episode 5 will increase the player cap to 90, and add new missions, techniques and photon art levels and new areas to explore.
Phantasy Star Online 2 has plenty going on the first week of September. Following the brief scheduled server maintenance, the additions of PSO2 day coupled with new story and quests will have players excited for the rewards and challenges they bring.
Phantasy Star Online 2 has begun a collaboration event with Atlus's popular Persona franchise. The collaboration will bring new costumes, hair styles, paint, accessories, room items and music from Persona 3, 4 and 5.
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.
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Phantasy Star Online 2 is a game that many in the west are only just getting introduced to. While the game has been released in Japan for nearly 8 years, this SEGA institution still garners a substantial amount of fanfare from its admirers around the globe. Now with a PC launch looming, and years-worth of content to explore, is Phantasy Star Online 2 worth the wait, or is it too little too late?
Now that Phantasy Star Online 2 has officially released on XBOX One, with a PC release on the way, more players are entering the game and quickly getting overwhelmed by 8 years of content, hitting them all at once. After weeks of testing and trial and error, there were parts of the game that I wish I knew before I started.